• Photo: Håvard Johansen

  • Photo: Håvard Johansen

  • Photo: Hadeland Region

  • Photo: Per Gunnar Hagelien

  • Photo: Øyvind Wold

  • Photo: Øyvind Wold

  • Photo: Hans Jacob Dahl

  • Photo: Per Gunnar Hagelien

Oslo – Gjøvik/Hamar – Trondheim

The Gudbrandsdalen Path

The longest pilgrim route in Norway, and the main road to Nidaros, todays Trondheim, during the Middle Ages.

643 km 32 days
  • Photo: Håkan Wike

  • Skarstufjellet Photo: Håkan Wike

  • Photo: Håkan Wike

  • Foto: Håkan Wike

Selånger – Stiklestad – Trondheim

St. Olav's Path

The stretch from Selånger in Sweden to Stiklestad in Norway became Olav Haraldson's
last journey before the historic battle at Stiklestad in 1030

564 km 28 days
  • Foto: Knut Lillealtern

  • Foto: Aslaug S Haugen

  • Foto: Aslaug S Haugen

  • Foto: Knut Lillealtern

Trysil – Tynset – Trondheim

The Østerdalen Path

A pilgrim path from Väneren, Sweden's largest lake,
and through the northern parts of Østerdalen valley into Trøndelag

  • Photo: Karin Ericsson

Gløshaugen – Stiklestad

The North Path

The North Path starts at Gløshaug Church. On its way south to Trondheim
it passes several sites connected to history of St. Olav.

Son - Ås - Gamlebyen

The Follo Path

The Follo Path goes through varied and beautiful landscape,
along the coast and in the forest, trough farmland and urban areas.

Tydal – Selbu – Malvik – Nidaros

The Rombo Path

The Rombo path is not only the oldest pilgrim path in Norway; it is also an important connection between two important Nordic saints.