Our route started by going up and over the ridge above Oslo, then alongside lake Mjosa until it came to the centre of Norway where we crossed the watershed, passing over the wild Dovre Fjell, then descending followed the Oppdal valley to Trondheim. This path does not follow the old route exactly, having to avoid major roads, but does however follow the itinerary of the old route, and has much to recommend it both as a Pilgrimage and as a long distance walk. The route is 640 km long (around 400 miles).
We both feel that if you are undertaking a pilgrimage it is important to travel at a human speed and in a way that will not unduly damage the environment.
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