The Trysilelva River in Norway is an extension of the River Klarälven, which flows from Sweden. However, after the waterway enters the Norwegian territory and before being named as River Trysilelva, the river had been called as Femundelva. But later, it got renamed Trysilelva River, because the river travels along the municipality of Trysil.
The power of snow
The snow-fed river brings in clean and fresh water with mild rapids best suited for rafters, especially the beginners. The southern segments of the Trysilelva River, comprising of peaceful white waters set the dream conditions for family trips. Here, you will get rapids of Class II, along with the stunning scenic beauty of nature. As you pass along the Elgfossen rapids, the waters will certainly tickle your stomach and the foaming white waters are bound to drench you! This section of the Trysilelva River is apt for families along with children above the age of 7 years.
As you move further, the waters get rather wild, and the Trysilelva River here is accompanied with several magnificent waterfalls. However, the rapids are not continuous. While the river moves through Trysil/Femundselva and crosses Myrstad passing Elvbura, its ends up in Krokbekkvika. Throughout the above-mentioned stretch of about 12 km, the water body boasts of some of the wildest rapids. The challenging segments of the river will provide you with ample fun and entertainment. Rafters above the age of 18 are welcome to take part in the trip.
Other than rafting on the Trysilelva River, you can try swimming in the mild waters as well. The river, though being snow fed, is surprisingly warmer than other rivers. So, get geared up for the best rafting voyage of your life!