As the website about the church at Maria Langegg says, it "is one of the country's hidden attractions. A pilgrimage church and abbey lie somewhat off the beaten tourist track, in the midst of the charming countryside of the Dunkelsteinerwald region".
Not far enough of the beaten tracks for us, so we did visit the church known for the miraculous healing of the child of the archiepiscopal administrator for Salzburg, Matthäus Häring, in the year 1600. We were not on a pilgrimage, but the abbey and the late Baroque pilgrimage church were definitely worth a stop.
And those harvest baskets were really pretty unique, of course.