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The pilgrimage tradition in Norway started in 1031, the year after Olav the Holy died at the Battle of Stiklestad. The legend says that his coffin, which was buried at Nidelven's rivershore, mysteriously emerged from the earth. The king's beard, hair and nails had grown and he smelled like fresh roses. He was afterwards declared holy and pilgrims came to the city afterwards to be near the tomb of the saint king.
Join us on the final leg of the popular Gudbrandsdalsleden pilgrim path, which is the most widely used pilgrimage trail in Norway. The walk goes on the outskirts of beautiful Bymarka(city forest), by Norways oldest Stave Church: Haltdalen Stave Church which today stands at Sverresborg Folk Museum, to Nidarosdomen with a knowledgeable guide. At the museum there is a short stop before the walk down to the city center by the view on Byåsen.
Age: from 12 year
Available: May - October | Wednesday at 11 p.m.
Time: 5-6 hours
Price: 590 NOK per person. minimum 6 people.
Difficulty: light terrain, 10 km / 6,2 miles
Includes: Tram to Lian, Entrance to Sverresborg Folk Museum, Food and refreshments when arriving at Nidaros Pilegrimsgård
Meeting point: Nidaros Pilegrimsgård or by appointment
Clothing: Clothes by weather. Good shoes. The trip is partly on gravel roads and partly on asphalt