St. Olavsleden (the St. Olav Path) is the world’s northernmost pilgrim’s way: from Selånger (Sweden) to Trondheim (Norway). The 580 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.
The St. Olav Waterway runs from Turku/Åbo (Finland), through the Finnish archipelago to the Åland Islands. This trail combines beautiful hikes with island hopping and takes about two weeks.
The Gudbrandsdalsleden (the Olav Path) has been the main road from Oslo to Nidaros, today's Trondheim, since the Middle Ages. This is one of the first routes that has been 'reopened' through Norway as a modern pilgrimage.
Nordic Pilgrim offers hiking trips along St. Olavsleden since 2014, the Waterway since 2021 and Gudbrandsdalsleden since 2023; in stages, the complete route, individually or in a group. We can help with providing information, booking accommodation, food and (luggage) transfer.