Gloriously colourful rituals make Easter time one of the most idyllic times of the year. Old costums are kept alive particularly around the Calvary Hill in Imst. During the Holy Week (Maundy Thursday, 01.04.2021, and Good Friday, 02.04.2021) the local residents make a pilgrimage over their "little mountain" on whose hilltop rests the little Laurentius church from the 5th century. During the palm
Easter Customs in Tyrol
procession on Palm Sunday (28.03.2021) young boys from the town compete to see who can erect the longest palm pole (record in 2009: 36.5 metres) in front of the parish church. The chapels and wayside shrines along the Stations of the Cross are lovingly decorated during the Easter week. Of special interest: the "blood-shedding" Savior, an old and mechanically-operated depiction of the suffering of Christ.