Tydal - Selbu - Trondheim
Difficulty: Medium, demanding
Type of terrain: Hilly with forest paths, gravel roads and asphalt.
Romboleden is not well marked, and is therefore best suited for walkers who can orient themselves by map and compass.
Follow in the footsteps of pilgrims, traders and officials through varying terrain. Forest landscape is the dominant factor, but you can also experience open mountain landscapes, fertile cultural landscapes and lush coastal climate by the Trondheim Fjord.On parts of Romboleden, only tents and sleeping bags apply and on these stretches you must expect to carry both food and equipment. Otherwise, accommodation is regularly found both in Stugudal, at Kirkvollen on Gressli and in Selbu.
Please note that the first stretch of Romboleden runs through mountain terrain at 1000 meters above sea level. There may therefore be snow in the mountains, preferably until June. We ask you to check the weather conditions before you embark on a pilgrimage in this mountain terrain.
Experiences along this route
Tydal's first churchRomboleden
St Mary's Church and St Mary's watersourceRomboleden
Nidaros CathedralGudbrandsdalsleden, St. Olavsleden, Kystpilegrimsleia, Østerdalsleden, Romboleden