Red routes- opened 1997
- Oslo to Trondheim over Ringerike, through Gudbrandsdalen, over Dovrefjell and down the valley Orkladalen.
- From Hamar alongside the lake Mjøsa.
- From the north, from Skalstugan in Sweden, over the border to Verdal og further south via Stiklestad.
Brown route opened the summer 2000
- From Karlstad on the swedish side and alongside the river Klaraälven, northerly into Norway at Lutnes in Trysil. From there it passes over the mountains through Rendalen, Tynset, Tolga og Os.
Yellow routes planned in 2000
- From Megard in Snåsa south via Imsdalen, Roktdalen and Kolåsfjellvegen.
- Through Groruddalen in Oslo, throuh Romerike and alongside the east side of the lake Mjøsa to Hamar.
- "The big Romboroad", from the swedish border through Skardøra in Tydal , abd then through Selbu and Malvik.
The map and description above is taken from "State of the Environment Norway- The Pilegrim Way"
- - But they have forgotten one route:
Drawn in green - the pilgrim route between Oslo and Tønsberg