Most Scandinavian ski resorts are spread across several peaks with limited or no interconnections between ski areas, but Trysil is an exception to this. This makes it suitable for families and groups who can ski different areas according to ability and then meet up for lunch or whatever.
The skiing is a mixture of open mountain and tree line skiing. Most of the downhill skiing is intermediate, but Trysil is famous for piste 75, the top part of which drops 220m at a 45 degree angle straight down the north face of the mountain to Hogegga. The cross country skiing is excellent, with a wide variety of trails.