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Accomodation info for Saint Olav's way

Discussion in 'St Olav´s Way to Trondheim' started by estebanbcn, May 3, 2012.

  1. estebanbcn

    estebanbcn New Member

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    Hi everyone,
    I'm looking for info in English or Spanish on accomodations along the Way of Saint olav from Oslo.
    I know accomodations are quite expensive in Norway so I'm trying to get as much info as I can to cust costs to a minimum.
    All help will be appreciated.
    Thanks,

    Esteban
     
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    dougfitz Veteran Member Donating Member

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    Hi there, estebanbcn. here is a link to resources which I used when hiking the St. Olaf Way in reverse, Aug-Oct, 2010. I wild camped most of the way from Trondheim to Oslo. Locals and members of the CSJ Norway aided me beyond Oslo via Tønsberg to Larvik (Mange takk!).

    http://www.caminodesantiago.me/board/long-distance-pilgrims/topic13763.html

    God Tur!
    -Lovingkindness

    There are two Pilegrim’s organisations in Norway, with offices and contacts in Oslo. May I suggest that you introduce yourself to both groups in Oslo before setting off. You will receive a fine welcome and all the help required.

    Pilegrimssenter Oslo
    http://www.pilegrim.info/artikkel.aspx?id=3963359
    Pilegrims Passport:
    http://www.pilegrim.info/en/artikkel.aspx?id=353803
    Pilgrims Pastor
    roger@pilegrim.info

    CSJ Norway, Oslo
    http://www.pilegrim.no/page.php?id=1321734904
    As a pilgrim you are very welcome in Norway. At our office in Oslo we will give you free credentials and good help in planning your pilgrimage northwards. If you would like a blessing before setting off, we will help organise that. We appreciate it if you contact us well before you intend to begin walking. Our email address is: pilegrim@pilegrim.no
     
  4. estebanbcn

    estebanbcn New Member

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    Thanks for the response.
    No I hadn't, and it looks really cool. Thanks!

    I'm planning to go from the end of June to the end of July, from Oslo to Trondheim.

    This is going to be my first time in Norway (well, in Northern Europe) and i'm not really sure what to expect and how and what to pack in my backpack.
     
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    estebanbcn New Member

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    Thanks for the info. I'll check out everything.
     

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