We follow the signs and leave Würmla on the road in northern direction. Here after this cross we turn left towards Diendorf. After the boundary post 0.8 km we turn left - as described in the guide. A small sign also shows the way.
After the green house, at the end of the hollow way, you meet the route of the new high-speed railway Vienna - Salzburg. This was not yet included in my guide (5th edition). So you walk about 100m to the left, then follow a yellow arrow to the right and use the underpass under the railway.
Soon after the railway underpass you will see the calming panel with the scallop on the left.
We come to the main road, turn briefly left, cross the road following a sign and walk past a few houses. Then we are unsure for a moment until we see a yellow sign on a pole in the distance and go straight on (slightly right) to the dam of the Perschling flood channel. We walk along the dam for a long time until we reach a bridge (picture), where a small panel calms us down again.
Walking over the bridge we come to Langmannersdorf.
The path is well marked. After Langmannersdorf we follow a power line slightly uphill and finally into a forest where we find a resting place.
Pilgrim stop here for a rest
and be in the forest our guest.
We leave the forest and come near the geographical centre of Lower Austria.
On the Lindenthal path we soon see the tower of Herzogenburg Abbey in the distance.
At first the trail leads us with a small detour (but on quiet side roads) via Oberwinden (picture) to the Traisen.
For the way from the Traisen to the bridge we had to take several attempts despite intensive reading of the guide and map studying.
This Nepomuk stands on the bridge over the Traisen, shortly before Herzogenburg.
We arrive in Herzogenburg at noon. Here we are on the way to the monastery.
After the visit to the monastery in the afternoon, the pilgrim's day ends with a visit to a Heurigen (wine tavern).