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St. Olav Way Norway. Best sections.

Discussion in 'St Olav´s Way to Trondheim' started by Gregory Stegman, Dec 6, 2017.

  1. Gregory Stegman

    Gregory Stegman New Member

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    Late August 2018 I’ll be arriving in Oslo and will have a 10 day opportunity to trek on the St Olav Way. Need recommendations which sections. Not keen on climbing mountains all day or carrying food. Each 20 km require accommodation with a meal.
    Dovre to Trondheim is the last section, however is the commencement from Oslo to Lillehammer interesting?
     
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  2. Gregory Stegman

    Gregory Stegman New Member

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    Thanksgiving, I’ll research the links.
     
  3. Håvard Karlsen

    Håvard Karlsen New Member

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    Hi,

    I reccommend Dovre/Dombaas to Oppdal. I did that one 2 years ago. Very nice and it’s about 90 km. Oppdal have train connections to Trondheim/Nidaros cathedral. There are manned albergues avaliable except one refugium where you can get a meal and pay later by paying an invoice for the goods. I will probably work as a hospitaller at the Pilgyimage centar close by.
    Take contact if you need some assistance!
    Best
    Håvard
     
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  4. Gregory Stegman

    Gregory Stegman New Member

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    Many thanks for this valuable information. G
     
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