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Today a beautiful day awaits us. The daily stage goes to Strass in the Zillertal. There are so many photos that they have been divided into three stages.


From our accommodation, the Gasthof Rappold, we walk to the Kämpferkapelle, where the "Römerweg" begins.

Jakobsweg after Breitenbach

Today we walk a lot on asphalt. Here slightly uphill from farmstead to farmstead.

Gerhard on the way of St. James

The path usually runs along the edge of the forest. There is almost no car traffic.

But you can always hear the noise of the traffic on the Inntal motorway.

path and view

The path leads slightly uphill and downhill, with views of the Tyrolean mountains.


About 1.5 h from Breitenbach we meet this statue of St. James with the remark: It is only 2688 km (1670.25 miles) to Santiago.


Shortly after the statue of St. James, this sign surprises us: a diversion of the Way of St. James.

We have walked it, it is excellently signalled.

view to Inntal

The diversion leads us first uphill, which leads to beautiful views of the Inn valley ...


... and then into another valley, very quiet without the traffic noise from the Inntal motorway.

The "diversion" leads past the Tyrolean Farm Museum. Here are a few impressions of the view over the fence!

Inntal with Inn

After crossing a hill we are back in the Inn valley and look towards Rattenberg (left) and Voldöpp (district of Kramsach) on the right side of the Inn.

Am Bankerl

Here the diversion ends. On a bankerl at the Inn there is a short break.

In the picture on the far right a "Lindenthaltaferl" (Way of St. James sign board by Peter Lindenthal).


We now walk in the plain along the Inn. In the background you can see the church of Voldöpp.

Waidach chapel

At the entrance to Rattenberg is the Waidach Chapel.

in the Waidach chapel

Inside the Waidach Chapel there is a Mariahilf picture on the right side.

Mariahilfbild Waidachkapelle

Click on it!

Over the Inn bridge it goes to Rattenberg.