Trysil is a municipality in Hedmark county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Østerdalen.

7 000 people lives in Trysil. Farming and logging have traditionally been the most important occupations, and there are many wood related industries. The Trysilelva river was the last river in Norway with traditional timber floating. There is extensive wildlife, including a large elk population.

Today tourism based on Trysilfjellet, the largest winter sports centre in Norway with 65 prepared slopes, also is very important for Trysil. Not only norwegians, but people from whole Europe like to come to Trysil for skiing.

Also in the summer time Trysil has a lot to offer. With its deep forest, wild river, and inviting mountains, Trysil is also an good base for summer activities like hiking, biking or fishing.

Read More: About Trysil auf Visit Norway or trysil.com