Nordic pilgrim - experience an adventure with us

Nordic Pilgrim offers trips along the St. Olav’s Path through Sweden and Norway: in stages, the complete route, with or without guide, individually or in a group.

From 4500 SEK

Let Nordic Pilgrim arrange the practical part – then you can just enjoy the hike. Nordic Pilgrim can arrange accommodation, meals, luggage transport, pilgrim passes, roadmaps, information about points of interest along the world’s most northern pilgrim route. If you have questions or encounter problems during your trip then there is always a contact available in the region. Would you like to take care of food yourself? Then you receive a list indicating food shops and dining and cooking facilities along the route. Do you just have a short period of time? Together with Nordic Pilgrim you pick the best option for you. And if you carry your own luggage while walking, traveling can be even more ‘low budget’.

MORE INFORMATION: www.nordicpilgrim.com

Price from SEK 4500 for a week. 

POSSIBLE STAGES ALONG ST. OLAV’S PATH:

SELÅNGER - BRÄCKE: approx. 7 days.
The St. Olav Way begins in Selånger, on the Swedish east coast, which has a kind of Mediterranean atmosphere to it. After a hike through deep forests, along lakes and forgotten roads, this stage ends in the village of Bräcke.

BRÄCKE - ÖSTERSUND: approx. 5 days.
The second stage of St. Olavsleden is the shortest of the route: it starts in Bräcke and ends in Östersund, the capital of the province of Jämtland. It is a pleasant walk, which passes historical sites and picturesque villages.

ÖSTERSUND - ÅRE: approx. 7 days.
From Östersund, the pilgrimage continues over rolling green hills, crossing the islands of Frösön and Rödön in the direction of the Swedish-Norwegian ‘fjälls’ (mountains) and the bustling ski village of Åre.

ÅRE - STIKLESTAD: approx. 5 days.
This stage follows the path through the mountains, across the Swedish-Norwegian border. From there, the route goes downhill. It’s a lovely walk through valley’s in the direction of Stiklestad, where King Olav died in 1030.

STIKLESTAD - TRONDHEIM:
approx. 7 days. The final part of St. Olavsleden follows the Trondheim fjord, where it passes through rural areas and suburbs until the final destination: the impressive Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim, where St. Olav lies buried.

STIKLESTAD - TRONDHEIM (coastal route): approx. 5 days.
The coastal route follows the road across Frosta peninsula and Tautra island. The last stage of this route is by boat – which makes the planning a bit harder.

Fra 7 days