There’s more to Trysil than you think
Trysil is a great place for outdoor activities all year. I’m sure whatever you like to do, you can find it here. Skiing, dog sledging, sleigh ride, fishing, hiking, rafting, paddling, cycling and much more. There is also a lot of photographic places, day- and night-time. Be sure to visit all of the regions when you get here, click for a map of Trysil’s regions. When I visit this amazing place I always go hiking or cross-country skiing. Be sure to bring a Kvikk Lunsj! Late summer and early autumn I like to go visit mountaintops when there are no risky conditions. Did you know that Trysil is close to the Swedish border? It’s about an hour drive to Sälen and in between is the new airport Scandinavian Mountains Airport, both in Sweden.
Winter 2020 in Trysil
All of these photos are from the Trysil Nord (eng. north), around 650 meters above sea level, taken in December 2020.
I love to watch the fine mist of the night come on,
The windows and the stars illumined, one by one
The rivers of dark smoke pour upward lazily,
And the moon rise and turn them silver. I shall see
The springs, the summers, and the autumns slowly pass;
And when old Winter puts his blank face to the glass,
I shall close all my shutters, pull the curtains tight,
And build me stately palaces by candlelight.― Charles Baudelaire
Interested in history?
Check out Nybergsund and what happened there 11 April 1940. The entire Norwegian government gathered there when 11 German bombers attacked the place. Click here for a map of King Haakon and Crown Prince Olav’s moves.