Cozy lodging in Trysil, Norway's largest ski resort
At 802 meters above sea level in a picture-perfect Norwegian landscape, the Radisson Blu Mountain Resort & Residences, Trysil, is an ideal base for outdoor enthusiasts in the winter. Make the mountains your playground, and enjoy alpine and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and other winter sports.
After a day of activities, unwind in a stylish room or apartment at the resort. Each of our rooms and suites include amenities such as free Wi-Fi and flat-screen televisions. Several rooms offer breathtaking mountain views. Savor delicious, hearty fare at our 3 on-site restaurants and enjoy a cocktail by the fireplace at the cozy Kubben Lobby Bar. For an additional charge, you can relax tired muscles with a visit to Kulpen Spa, which boasts an indoor swimming pool, sauna, fitness area, and 12 treatment rooms. Take advantage of a sports shop, ski rental service, and on-site parking.
Rustic rooms featuring chalet style design in Trysil
Standard Room - Mountain View
Standard Room with Balcony
Lodge Guest Room
Two Bedroom Suite - Mountain View
Two Bedroom Lodge Apartment with Kitchen
Three Bedroom Lodge Apartment with Kitchen
2 Connected Guest Rooms
Family Room - Mountain View
Two Bedroom Family Apartment with Kitchen
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From the hotel's stunning location in the heart of Trysil's mountains, you can quickly reach snowy slopes and cross-country ski trails during winter. Be sure to make time for sightseeing excursions to the Country Museum, Norway's oldest rural museum and to explore the center's shops, cafes and dining options. During the summer, the highlight is Trysil Bike Arena, which offers kilometers of playful and fun bike trails with a lot of flow, impressive wooden bridges and custom-built bike elements. For a different kind of challenge, Trysilfjellet Golf Course is one of Norway's most scenic courses. Its design, which incorporates mountain terrain, challenges even the best golfers. Other summer activities include horse riding and hiking or you can take to the rivers and lakes for fishing, canoeing, canyoning and rafting. No matter what activity you choose, you will look forward to unwinding in the hotel's beautiful resort in the evenings.
How to get to the Radisson Blu Mountain Resort & Residences, Trysil
Nestled on the tranquil northern side of Trysilfjellet, Radisson Blu Mountain Resort & Residences makes the ideal base for outdoor activities. The resort is located a few hours from the Norwegian capital, Oslo, and is easily reached by public transport or car. If you are visiting Norway and want to experience the mountains this is the perfect destination. Skiers can reach 69 alpine slopes via the ski lift F13 Myrsnipa from outside the hotel or explore kilometers of scenic cross-country ski trails. Board a ski bus at the hotel, and travel to shops and restaurants at Høyfjellssenteret.
From Oslo Airport Gardermoen
Take the express bus, Trysilekspressen, from outside the terminal building. The bus stop for the hotel is Radisson Blu Mountain Resort. The journey takes approximately 3 hours. Please remember to book your bus ticket in advance.By car:
Take the E6 highway north to Rv. 3 north. Take Rv. 25 east and follow signs for Elverum and then Trysil. Once in Trysil, follow road Rv. 26 north and follow signs for the Radisson Blu Mountain Resort & Residences, Trysil. Please note that there are two Radisson Blu Resort hotels in Trysil. The journey takes approximately 3 hours.
From Oslo Central Station
Take the train via Hamar to Elverum Station. From Elverum, take the take the express bus, Trysilekspressen, to Trysil. The bus stop for the hotel is Radisson Blu Mountain Resort. Please remember to book your tickets in advance.
From Oslo bus terminal
Take the express bus, Trysilekspressen, toward Trysil; the bus stop for the hotel is Radisson Blu Mountain Resort. The journey takes approximately 3.5 hours. Please remember to book your bus ticket in advance.
From Scandinavian Mountains Airport - Sälen Trysil
You can take a direct transfer by bus from the airport to the hotel. The journey takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Please note that it is important that you pre-book your bus transfer via the bus company Sälen Buss. Access to taxis at the airport is limited and no public transfer is available.By car:
Follow signs for Trysil via Fv 569, Rv 25, and Rv 26. Once in Trysil, follow signs for the hotel. Please note that there are two Radisson Blu Resort hotels in Trysil. Follow signs to the Radisson Blu Mountain Resort & Residences, Trysil. The journey takes about 1 hour. If you will be traveling by rental car, please note that it is important to pre-book. Access to taxis at the airport is limited and no public transfer is available.