A walker´s guide to the 643km medival pilgrim road from Oslo to Nidaros(trondheim) cathedral, where saint Olaw(the king of Norway responible for much of the conversion of the country to Christianity) was buried. His shrine was the focus of many miracles, and was the culmination of the furth most important pilgrim route in Europe after ROme, Jerusalem and Santiago de Compostela. FRom the tenth century until the Reformation it attracted pilgrims not only from Norway and the rest of scandinavia, but also from RUssia, the Baltic countries, Germany and Britain as well. Cleared and waymarked in 1997 the route has been rediscovered and is being actively promoted ad a walking pilgrim Bath. As well as giving directions for walking the route, the book gives full information on facilities along the way, together with detailed sketch maps. it also provides information on places of interest along the route and the history of the pilgrimage, a list of suggestion for further reading and glossary of geographical and useful terms. THis is the only guide to the oute in English.