The longest pilgrim path in Norway, and the main road to Nidaros, todays Trondheim, in the Middle Ages.
St. Olavsleden is the northernmost pilgrim path in the world, extending from the Baltic sea to the Atlantic sea, through Sweden to Norway.
A spectacular and beautiful journey along the coast with fjords, islands, islets and reefs - a saga from Viking to pilgrimage.
From the fjord to the mountain, a pilgrim path in the footsteps of the Viking king Olav Haraldsson.
The highlights along Borgleden in the south eastern part of Norway are many in a beautiful and lush agricultural landscape.
Experience untouched and wild nature on the Østerdalen path. Bring your backpack and take a walk on the wildest of the pilgrim paths in Norway.
Gløshaug Church in Grong marks the start for this pilgrim path. On its way south it passes many sites and places with strong links to St. Olav's heritage, with Megard Church being one of the most prominent.
Romboleden is not only Norway's oldest pilgrim path, it is also an important connection between two great Nordic saints: St. Olav and the Swedish Saint Birgitta.
Experience a pilgrimage in the lush countryside, in close proximity to small towns along the Oslo fjord.