According to legend, the Chapel of St. James on the Bösegg was built in gratitude for a successful pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. The current chapel dates from 1949 and replaces a simple predecessor building.
In front of the chapel thrives a pimpernut tree that is said to have blossomed from the pilgrim's cane.
Under the canopy of the chapel is St. James (left picture) and St. Erasmus (right picture) - he is one of the 14 holy helpers..
The pilgrim apostle James is also present inside the chapel
In the chapel a cycle of pictures tells the miracle of the gallow.