Oslo – Olavsgård 20 km
Departing from the Pilgrim Centre, you set off towards one of Norway’s most famous historic sites: Eidsvoll. At Galgeberg the Way splits into two, and you can choose either the West Way or the East Way. Galgeberg is a part of Old Oslo between Vålerenga and Gamlebyen. The name means Gallows Hill, and tells us that since medieval times this was the site for public executions. Let us here choose the East Way – and we head towards the rolling countryside of Romerike. If you are looking for a rest stop in Oslo, why not try the pittoresque surroundings of Østre Aker Church. Our route through Romerike leads us through Skedsmo, Sørum and Ullensaker.