Winter sports enthusiasts flock to the slopes of the Oslo Vinterpark at Tryvann year upon year, to enjoy high adrenaline and fun for the whole family. The biggest ski resort in Oslo is only 20 minutes from the city centre, and easy to reach using public transport.
Visit the slopes
From its first race in 1933, Tryvann Vinterpark has become an institution in Norway and today the well-equipped centre welcomes families, beginners and professional skiers to its powdery white slopes. There are 18 slopes and 11 lifts, and at Tryvann Vinterpark all abilities are catered for. Visitors to Tryvann benefit from excellent facilities, such as equipment rental, ski schools and several welcoming cafes to warm up in after a long day on the slopes.
Tryvann Vinterpark boasts an array of attractions, including alpine skiing, snowboarding, telemark skiing, a terrain park, an intermediate half pipe and Norway's first Olympic standard superpipe. The longest run is 1550 metres, with a 290 metres vertical drop, and is popular with experienced skiers.
Snow sports in Oslo
Oslo has much to offer snow sports fans, and nearby visitors will find the world famous Holmenkollen
For downtown Oslo accommodation
that's comfortable, stylish and in the heart of the city, book into the Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Oslo.