The starting point of the Chapel Trail is the Steige car park. From here, the trail leads past the Zangerl family farm shop in the direction of the village centre with the first stop at Arzl parish church. The church, first documented in 1358, is dedicated to Bishops Ingenuin and Albuin. On the cemetery right next to the church is the Our Lady, Help of Christians funerary chapel, a pilgrimage chapel from the late Gothic period. A steep path right next to the church continues to Lourdes Chapel, built in 1897. Hike back to the church via the same trail and then continue in the direction of Burgstall via a sunny uphill climb leading through forests and meadows and boasting wonderful views of the valley. Following the signs (“Kapellenweg Arzl”) you will reach the hamlet of Arzlair with the pilgrimage Chapel of Our Lady, majestically nestled on a hill like a castle. From there, continue downhill to Timls to the Chapel of Our Lady with ceiling frescoes by the Imst Rococo painter Josef Wörle. Now keep to the right, follow the signs, and stay on the road to the Steinhof fork. In the hamlet of Steinhof is the Chapel of the Holy Family, which was built in the mid-18th century, the last stop on the Chapel Trail. Walk along the valley hiking trail to the bus stop at the junction to Timls. Here you can conveniently get on the public bus to Arzl and get off at the town hall [Gemeindeamt]. If you prefer to hike back to Arzl along the valley hiking trail, please calculate another 30 minutes for the two kilometres back to the starting point (Steige car park).