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The Magic Moose is a four-mile / seven kilometer downhill flow trail and the first lift-accessed downhill trail at Norway's biggest alpine centre.
Need to Know
The cafeteria half-way down the trail opens June 22nd every summer and makes for a nice break spot or lunch break.
This is a purpose-built singletrack flow trail that opened in 2017. The trail itself is free to ride throughout the day and night when open for the riding season. The top can be accessed by vehicle or a grueling ascent up the alpine slopes. Or, during the summer, a pass for the lift can be purchased from the vending machine at the bottom (the chair runs from 11:00 - 16:00 for easy access and endless riding).
Once at the top, set your seat down low, grab onto your handlebars and prepare for a rollercoaster ride to the bottom. Expert riders will get to the bottom in around 10-12 minutes and intermediate riders can expect about 20 minutes of non-stop action. The berms and bumps are perfectly manicured for a near effortless descent. Enjoy wooden bridges, lots of rollers, g-out bumps, and fast berms on the way down!
History & Background
The trails in this area were opened the summers of 2016 and 2017, by the volunteer group Trysil Bike Arena. For more information, click here
Shared By: Sigurd Flaatten