Accommodation and Travel Stats

October 2021


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Trysil: Tourism in a nutshell

icon: star 2,900
icon: norway 2,700
icon: foreign 175
icon: star 850
icon: norway 770
icon: foreign 87
icon: establishment 9.0
icon: room 99
icon: bed 770

2,900 registered bed nights

In October 2021, 2,900 registered bed nights were recorded in Trysil, of which 2,700 nights were spent by domestic visitors and 175 nights by foreigners.

Between January and October, 32,600 registered bed nights were recorded for domestic visitors and 3,000 for foreigners in Trysil, in total 35,600 registered nights.

Registered bed nights

Registered bed nights by country of arrival

Market share 0.1 percent

Total of 2.4 million registered bed nights (+57.2 %) were recorded in the whole country, of which 2.1 million nights (+50.7 %) were spent by domestic visitors and 306,000 nights (+120.9 %) by foreigners.

The market share of Trysil out of total registered bed nights was 0.1 %, out of domestic bed nights 0.1 % and foreign bed nights 0.1 %.

850 tourists arrived to registered accommodation

Of all registered arrivals, 89.8 percent were domestic, and 10.2 percent were from foreign countries.

During October, domestic visitors stayed in registered accommodation in Trysil on average 3.5 nights and foreigners 2.0 nights.

Visitor days

Visitor days by region

Visitor days by city

Visitor days by postal code

Visitor nights

Visitor nights by region

Ferry arrivals from different harbors

Registered accommodation sales

Non-registered accommodation sales

Average registered room price (ADR)

Capacity & Utilization

Registered Accommodation

9.0 accommodation establishments
99 rooms
770 beds

Registered room utilization for establishments

Accommodation customer satisfaction by nationalities

Key indicators

Bed nights



Travel key indicators: the darker the square the larger the value.

Dark squares in the middle (vertically) mean the main season is in the summer. Dark squares on the top and the bottom mean the main season is in the winter. Gradually darkening squares from left to right signify growth over the years.

It is important to notice that the largest values (darkest squares) are not necessarily during the same months between different stats as this might reveal interesting details about travel and accommodation trends.



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Sources: Statistics Norway

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