European tradition, Nordic history, Norwegian culture. And at the same time a very personal experience.
From Bønsnes, past Ringerike, Hadeland and Toten to Gjøvik120 km 6 days
The Østerdalen Path from Kirkflå to Trondheim36 km 3 days
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Hedmarken District: From Hamar to Lillehammer.
This five day trip from Hamar to Lillehammer takes you through a peaceful countryside, rolling hills, forests and small … Read more
Otta - Oppdal
Go on a culinary journey across the wild and beautiful Dovre. Try muskox meat, wild berries and herbs from local farms… Read more
One day tour – From Lian to Baklandet
This short tour from the outskirts of Trondheim to the historic Baklandet takes you through the last leg of the pilgrim… Read more
Stiklestad - Trondheim
Follow the path across fertile agricultural landscape and through deep and calm forests. Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere… Read more
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Friends on a pilgrimage
An increasing number of people are taking to the outdoors for their summer holidays, and more are becoming aware of The St. Olav Ways in Norway as an attractive alternative for the nature and spiritual seeking adventurer of the world.
Walking the St. Olav Ways
Many people are familiar with the pilgrimage routes to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. However, Norway’s pilgrim paths to Trondheim are becoming a great alternative for anyone interested in pilgrimage solitude in Norwegian nature and culture.
Joly and the two Daves - Wild stuff on a pilgrimage in Norway
What drives three blokes to take themselves off on an adventurous wild-camping pilgrimage? The promise of sleeping outside in the pouring rain, or being under attack by possibly the smallest creatures in Norway?
Biking and pilgrimage in the Hamar Region
Take three bicycles, three cheerful women, deep forests and a rain-shrouded day on the pilgrim path. What do you get? Definitely a very special bike ride.
Eysteinkyrkja – the church on the mountaintop
The churches along the St. Olav Ways are varied. Some are huge and impressive; others are small and hidden deep in the forest. Each church has its own history. This is the story of Eysteinkyrkja.