Length: 20 km
Altitude metres: 292 m
The starting point of the chapel tour is the Collegiate Parish Church of St. Peter in the city centre of SeekirchenIts construction dates back to 696 and it was not until almost 1,000 years later that it received its present appearance. The neo-Romanesque high altar is interesting, showing the "Presentation of the Keys to St. Peter" on the altarpiece. In contrast to the parish church, any smaller church that either stands on its own or outside the village and is intended for acts of worship is called a chapel.
Shortly after the Parish Church Seekirchen the path leads along the Pfaffenbühel Chapel whose origins go back more than 500 years. Further on to Mühlbach to the dem Saint Leonard consecrated church, which is known for its late Gothic wall and vault paintings.
The next stations are the Peace Chapel Hitzerbichl, the Chapel in Mödlham and the Chapel in Krimpelstätten, which gained great importance during the plague period.
Finally, the path leads to the Chapel in Schöngumprechting and to the Filial Church of St. Nicholas in Waldprechting, which was already mentioned in documents in the 8th century.
Chapel path brochure
12 stations in total - see brochure for details
The brochure can also be sent by post on request.
We will be happy to send you our cycling map by post.