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Skistar Trysil, Trysil Municipality

(4.1/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
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  • Trysil is Norway's largest alpine ski area, and here is skiing for all levels. In Valle forest on fageråsen is one of the best children's areas, I have experienced in my 30 years on skis, and in Høgegga and the tourist centre are black pistes for the more discerning skier. Are you carvingfræser are the slopes in tourist centre particularly worth a visit. Pistepræpareringen is the general good, the area is very beautiful and it is now easy to get around. Also with free ski buses. Skistar offer three weekly opportunities for night skiing, Sunday, Tuesday and Friday until 8 pm. 20:00 respectively. Høyfjellscentret on fageråsen and Tourist Center in the Valley. A few adjustments could optimize the area: there are unfair many slow tow lifts. Slow button lifts makes sense in children's areas, so poderne does not fall off all day, but at wide red pistes with Fun Park is the only unnecessary time robbers. Particularly, we should discard the old button lifts, which in all ways reminds us why we abolished the wooden horse in his day as a torture method. FIS must immediately draw up a Convention against the lifts for the benefit of all happy skiers. More chairlifts, thank you. It's nice with chairlifts with heated seats and a bus shelter, but it is not a requirement. Just comfort. The new express chairlift from Skihytta to the top of the mountain is a good example of such an improvement. Fast and efficient. For families with children: throw the kids in Valles ski school led by Trysilguidene. Lots of fun and skiing, but first and foremost an understanding that skiing for the small is not only about pistekørsel, but also about play in the snow with or without skis. High praise for the young, enthusiastic ski instructors, who predominantly come from Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Enjoy in Trysil.
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  • Skistar is a very professional organisation, pistes and lifts well kept, pricy skipasses. Not everybody at lifts do understand English. Skilessons very expensive.  more »
  • Always nice to talk with the guards and other staff elevator in Trysilfjellet! They follow with and sets the security high. 67 slopes for all skill levels and 75 km pathways makes it rarely is way too long queues at the lifts. Several play areas and terrain parks.
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  • In the top two of best placed to ski in Norway, slopes for every one. In the summer Trysil is very nice for Mountain biking. They have build some very nice trails, and again there is something for every one.
  • This is a great place with lots of stuff to do, but it had one huge weakness - 4 days out of 7 it closes at HALF PAST FOUR! What? No, that's not a joke! Unless you're into after ski, you get to sit with your kids in a cabin most nights. Not ideal - I'm here to ski. For comparison, Branäs 100 km to the south, is open to 19:00 every day.
  • Very nice, perfect for everyone and really awesome for kids. The Valle ski school is perfect and also the adult guides are very good instructors.
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  • Trysil is such a nice place to visit in the winter. Nice skiing experience, and friendly people. Definitely visiting this place again another year.