Top 5 reasons to visit Troll Resort – and it’s not only the epic skiing
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A timeless log lodge and matching nearby cabins adorn the base of Troll Resort. The authenticity of a uncommercialized ski resort and its romantic vibe is what drew us in.
Warm hellos are sent our way from friendly locals as are smells of freshly baked cinnamon buns and brewing coffee. It’s evident that Troll has a loyal fan base and these close-knit people are friends who consider each other family.
Hildur the owner/manager of the resort welcomes children, colleagues and even us newbies with a warm embrace. Clearly, her standard of family feels set a precedence for the loyal Trollers to follow. An excited atmosphere for the place swirled around us as kids and parents prepped for a day on the slopes. We couldn’t wait to gear up and see what the day would hold for us.
After a day exploring as many nooks and crannies of Troll Resort as possible, it’s easy to say this a gem of a ski resort. As a crew, we all had our favourite parts, and here’s a collection of the top five reasons why we absolutely loved skiing at Troll.
We’ve noted the family fun opportunities and the gladed tree skiing, but there’s more. Steep groomers, a large mellow sloped learning area and even a race course are all worth mentioning. Backcountry enthusiasts can reap the benefits of tree skiing accessed via a T-bar too. Regardless of your ability or objectives, there’s literally something for everyone here.
An added bonus is the seriously cozy lodge. There's are crackling wood fireplaces, comfortable couches, a large toy box for the kids and even a piano to mess around on. Troll will make you want to call its day lodge your home.