St. Olavsleden is the world’s northernmost pilgrim’s way: from Selånger (Sweden) to Trondheim (Norway). The 564 km-long trail leads over mountains and through forests, along lakes and historical sites. St. Olavsleden is the Scandinavian answer to El Camino de Santiago de Compostela, the famous pilgrimage to Spain.

Nordic Pilgrim offers hiking trips along St. Olavsleden, in stages, the complete route, with or without guide, individually or in a group. If you would like to walk without a guide, we can help with providing information, booking accommodation, food and (luggage)transport.

Possible stages

Selånger - Bräcke

ca. 7 days
From 6.000 SEK (ca. €615)
From the Swedish east coast, through mysterious forests and passing mirroring lakes.
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Östersund - Åre

ca. 6 days
From 5.500 SEK (ca. €560)
Crossing idyllic isles and rural areas, with views on the Swedish mountains.
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Åre - Stiklestad

ca. 5 days
From 5.000 SEK (ca. €510)
Een hike through the Scandinavian wildernss in the direction of Stiklestad.
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“Nordic Pilgrim helped me with arranging my pilgrimage in the summer 2017 from Sundsvall to Östersund. My experience on the ‘road’  couldn’t be better. I walked on my own and only met nice people, stayed at nice places and enjoyed good food. When I’ll walk the next stage I will not hesitate to ask Nordic Pilgrim for help again. I still think of the pilgrimage with a smile and feel the peace inside me.”

Conny PetersenDenmark

“The first year I had to give walking St. Olavsleden up after a week. The second year my son found Nordic Pilgrim – and their help made all the difference. I had such great experiences along the way each day, and in each of the places where I stayed, I received such a warm welcome. I am so glad my son found you. Nordic Pilgrim made the hike possible that gave me many great memories.”

Barb GoodeUSA

“The fact that Nordic Pilgrim had prepared and arranged everything for us so well, we only had to walk from A to B. This enabled us to enjoy our pilgrimage intensively. ”

Wil and MoniqueNetherlands