From there you have a wonderful view over the rural Rottaler downs.
High above, a small chapel dedicated to St. Christopher is enthroned above the Vital camping site in Huckenham. Numerous church towers, from Karpfham to Bad Birnbach, can be seen from there, making it easier to orient oneself. But the small chapel itself is also interesting. It not only marks the highest point of the site, but also became a jewel, as it was equipped with a lot of love for detail. The Weber family of investors took on some hardships in return. The pews come from South Tyrol, the flooring stones from France and the bell from Hungary. The door equipped with mighty fittings was found near Stubenberg. Inside, the chapel is dominated by the altarpiece depicting St. Christopher and Mary Mother of God, who spreads out her shield for the campers.