The Østerdalen Path from Kirkflå to Trondheim
Approaching the city by foot along the pilgrim path is a new twist on hiking in the Trondheim region. This itinerary stretching 36 km moves along varied forest and marsh terrain, past Øyvindtjønna at Vassfjellet mountain with its strong pilgrim traditions, further towards Tillersletta with its beautiful farmland, and crosses Nidelva river by Elgeseter bridge right next to Nidaros Cathedral.
From Rotvoll to Nidaros Cathedral
Take a walk along the pilgrim path from the eastside of Trondheim. This last stretch into the city is the same for both the Rombo Path and the St. Olav's Path, which merges at Bakken, south of Hommelvik. Experience the beautiful path Ladestien - enjoy a cup of coffee at Ringve - follow the hectic Lade allè - see the old wooden houses in the neighborhood of Møllenberg and end your walk by crossing the bridge Gamble bybro to Nidaros Cathedral.
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 route to Nidaros Cathedral. Read more
From Skaun to Nidaros Cathedral
The pilgrim path from Skaun to Nidaros Cathedral is a very copious one. You'll experience mountains, fjords, forest terrain, and several interesting and beautiful parts of Norwegian farmland. Read more
From Dovre Church to Kongsvold Mountain Lodge
This pilgrimage over Dovre Mountain lets you experience some of Norway`s finest mountain areas. Travellers have crossed this mountain for centuries, and the path mostly follows the old and legendary thoroughfare Kongeveien (The King`s Road). Read more
Gudbrandsdalen valley: From Lillehammer to Dale-Gudbrands Farm and Vinstra
This seven day pilgrimage goes through the Gudbrandsdal valley, and offers a vast variety of experiences. You will have the chance to attend a city walk of the Olympic city of Lillehammer, before the trip continues on to grand and picturesque views of Norwegian landscapes. Gudbrandsdal valley entails nationally treasured farmlands and numerous historical points of interest. This trip will get you close to the various parts of the Norwegian cultural heritage. Read more
Hedmarken District: From Hamar to Lillehammer.
This five day trip from Hamar to Lillehammer takes you through a calming inland landscape with a magnificent view over Lake Mjøsa – Norway`s largest lake. You will come across multiple cultural heritage sites, such as the stone fortifications at Furuberget, Tokstadfurua – the oldest pine tree in Norway, Prøysenstua in beautiful Ringsaker, Tolvstensringen in Moelv and St.Olav Spring at Brøttum. Read more
From Bønsnes, past Ringerike, Hadeland and Toten to Gjøvik
On this six day trip, the St. Olav Way takes you through the areas of Ringerike, Hadeland and Toten, before it finally reaches the city of Gjøvik. The legend tells that Olaf the Holy erected a church in Bønsnes, at the south end of Tyrifjorden. Bønsnes Church was erected in the 1100s, and is the starting point of this pilgrimage. Read more
From Kløfta to Jessheim – a pilgrimage through the farmlands of the Iron – and Middle ages.
The walk from Kløfta to Jessheim leads you along the Romerike pilgrim path, which gives you the chance to see several types of culturally important farmlands. This trail goes near the homes of many interesting sights, such as northern Europe`s largest burial mound, multiple churches of Saint Olaf, and a spring closely linked to the heritage from Olaf the Holy. Read more
Oslo: From the Medival Park to Old Aker Church.
This short pilgrimage starts in the Old City in Oslo. Here you will find several of the preserved remainders of medieval Oslo and the churches which have served as starting points for pilgrimages in medieval times. Read more