Uppsala - Trondheim - Uppsala
1500 km through two countries
through Dalarna and the mountains
16000 meters of climbing
5 days in july

Join a cycling adventure through the Nordic summer. Uppsala – Trondheim – Uppsala takes you along the classic pilgrim route from Uppsala to the Nidaros cathedral in Trondheim.

The 1500 km ride is a brevet sanctioned by Randonneurs Mondiaux. Riders are provided with basic accomodation, breakfast and snacks, drop bag transport and online tracking.


Registration is closed. You can still edit some information or transfer your entry.

Read more on the page for riders. Or view riders currently registered.

In case of registration problems, please write to info@pilgrimbrevet.se.


There is a new manned kontroll in Tänndalen on the way back.
A merino cycling jersey and an organic cotton T-shirt is now available. The jersey has to be ordered at or before 8 juni.

The route is now available, as well as a GPX file and control details. Please note that details may change before the start.
From 1 april it will be possible to transfer your entry, for a 250 SEK fee. Read more on the page for riders.
We are happy to present two new controls: Femundstunet and Avesta. The route is also updated with a scenic leg in Norway, passing the village of Tolga.

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For riders
photo from the ride

Registration, qualification, rules and how to get to the start.

map of the route

We ride through Dalarna, the wilderness north of Älvdalen, Högvålen – the highest village in Sweden at 830 m.a.s.l, the Scandinavian mountains and UNESCO listed Røros in Norway.

volunteer at a control

Uppsala – Trondheim – Uppsala would not be possible without volunteers. Would you like to help out? We provide food, accommodation, travel expenses and a guaranteed entrance the next time the event is held.

About UTU
two cyclists in the wilderness

Uppsala-Trondheim is organized by Randonneur Stockholm, the randonneur club serving the capital area.