Sundsvall/Selånger - Trondheim


Viking king Olav Haraldson went ashore in Selånger and then crossed Medelpad and Jämtland on his journey back to Norway. He reached Stiklestad but there he died in battle on July 29th 1030. He was canonised a year after his death and his image can be seen in the church of Frösön. He is buried in the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim, which early became an important destination for Christian pilgrims.

You will bike along the well marked St Olavsleden following the well marked bike route. It is a beatiful bike route through the Swedish and Norwegian countyside.

This trip can be made as a single biker, in couples or in a larger companies or groups.


Arrival to Sundsvall

Day 1 Sundsvall – Stöde ca 52 km

Day 2 Stöde – Borgsjö ca 43 km

Day 3 Borgsjö – Revsund ca 60 km

Day 4 Revsund – Östersund ca 55 km

Day 5 Östersund – Alsen ca 54 km

Day 6 Alsen – Åre ca 66 km

Day 7 Åre – Medstugan ca 54 km

Day 8, Medstugan – Stiklestad ca. 58 km

Day 9, Stiklestad – Munkeby farm ca. 20 km

Day 10, Markabygda – Ersgard ca. 60 km

Day 11, Ersgard – Trondheim, Nidaros ca. 55 km

In Trondheim you will recieve your well deserved pilgrim diploma after biking minimum 200 km as a pilgrim.

Practical information

You will cycle along St. Olavsleden mainly on gravel roads, large paths and small asphalt roads. You set your own pace and decide where and when to take your breaks and have your packed lunch so that you can enjoy the sites and the scenery along the route. We will transport your luggage from day to day, which means you only have to carry what you need for the day (packed lunch, thermos/water bottle, repair-kit and extra clothing).

For this route we recommend you use either a cyclocross bike or a hard tail cross country bike. You can either bring your own or rent a bike when making your reservation. In certain places along the trail you can choose different routes depending on the terrain you prefer.

How to get there: We recommend you to take the train to Sundvall and start the hike from the railway station or from there take the local bus number 1 to the bus stop "Selånger kyrkan" to start the walk where the actual St Olavsleden starts.

It is easy to take the train from Stockholm to Sundvall and begin the pilgrimage just by the railway station.

This is included

  • Simple, shared accommodation with bed linen included (varies between pilgrim shelters, hostels, camp site cabins and hotels)
  • Breakfast, (except day 8)
  • Dinners, (except day 7)
  • Packed lunch, (except day 8)
  • Luggage transport (one piece of luggage per person)
  • Route information
  • Pilgrim pass
  • Pricerange 14250 - 19995 sek


"Hi Sofie, I just had to take a minute to let you know how much we enjoyed our trip.  It was an amazing adventure, everything and more that I dared hope for and every bit as hard that I worried about.  We can't stop talking about it.  There are so many special places and people from each day.  I have a hard time expressing my feelings about it.  I guess that may be the pilgrimage part, or the beauty of your people and countryside.  I just loved it all.  Thank you for this trip!"

Julie, US

"Hey, we are all back in London and Madrid, safe and happy. Everything was amazing! Thank you on behalf of all of us! Please let us know if you want reviews  or recommendations for your webiste etc. Talk to you soon!"

Horacio, Argentina

Hei Sofie!

Jeg har hatt en helt fantastisk slitetur på Olavsleden fra Stiklestad til Trondheim. Noen steder var det dårlig merking og på noen etapper mangel på noe å sette seg på for å spise nisten. Jeg kom fram til Trondheim med en god mestringsfølelse, og ville ikke hvert turen foruten.

I had a fantastick hike on St Olavs trail from Stiklestad to Trondheim. On some parts there were a lack of signs and a I missed a place to sit down on to eat my lunch pack on a couple of stages. I arrived to Trondheim with a sense of accomplishment and had not wanted the trip undone.

Karin, Norway

”Die Wanderung war gut bis großartig: die Landschaft, die Stille, die Menschen, die Unterkünfte, der Dom etc. Alles war gut organisiert”

"The hike was good to great: the landscape, the silence, the people, the accommodation, the cathedral, etc. Everything was well organized"

Anton, Germany