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The pilgrim path in Åmot

The pilgrim path in Åmot Photo: Visit Elverumregionen
The pilgrim path in Åmot Photo: Visit Elverumregionen

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The pligrim path in Åmot is part of the St. Olav Ways - the pilgrim paths to Trondheim. In Åmot the path is 42 km long and starts at Nesvangen. The path mainly runs through the woods.

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The pilgrim path in Åmot - Photo: Visit Elverumregionen

The pilgrim path in Åmot

The pligrim path in Åmot is part of the St. Olav Ways - the pilgrim paths to Trondheim. In Åmot the path is 42 km long and starts at Nesvangen. The pat...

The pilgrim path in Åmot

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