Reviews for Trysil


Appreciation 8.0
Nightlife 4.0
Culture 7.7
Surroundings 8.2
Atmosphere in village 8.6
Novice ski area 8.3
Advanced ski area 7.9
Apres ski 5.0
Care for nature 8.0

4 Reviews

Jacobus van Waal
Way too expensive
Trysil has nice slopes and enough possibilities for skiing, as well beginner as experienced alpine skier. But there is too little choice for restaurant IN THE VILLAGE (outside there are some hotels/restaurants you can eat and drink also, and much cheaper) and the prices are so extremely high. Skipasses for the day are expensive and food and drinks on the mountain and in the village are also very expensive. You may expect very good service at these rates....which is hard too find either. The hotel I stayed and one day skiing in Sweden made the difference!
  • Travel partyTravelling alone
  • Travel departure dateFebuary 2012
Appreciation 7.0
Appreciation 7.0
Nightlife 6.0
Culture 5.0
Surroundings 8.0
Atmosphere in village 7.0
Novice ski area 9.0
Advanced ski area 9.0
Apres ski 6.0
Nice skiing area and there's a good track for everyone, nice and quiet and no long queues for the lifts.
  • Travel partyFamily
  • Travel departure dateDecember 2007
Appreciation 9.0
Appreciation 9.0
Surroundings 10.0
Atmosphere in village 8.0
Novice ski area 10.0
Advanced ski area 10.0
Apres ski 7.0
Seen Trysil in the summer. It is quiet there but nice. Three or four days are enough and you've seen and done everything then.
  • Travel party
  • Travel departure dateunknown
Appreciation 7.0
Appreciation 7.0
S. Wessel
Much too small, only one restaurant that closes at 6.00 PM. Incredibly expensive, no Dutch food and bad material.
  • Travel partyFamily
  • Travel departure dateFebuary 2007
Appreciation 5.0
Appreciation 5.0
Surroundings 4.0
Atmosphere in village 2.0
Novice ski area 6.0
Advanced ski area 5.0
Apres ski 1.0