The Heilig Geist Kirche is another lovely little church in Hall, but one that is often missed by visitors, despite being on the path between the old town and the Münzeturm and Berg Hasegg. Set back from the street and almost hidden behind the attached church school you can see the frontage of this baroque church built in 1727/8. You can't go far inside as there is a barrier to keep people away from the precious things, but you can have a look from a distance.
It won't detain you long, but is worth a couple of minutes of your time as you head to or from the castle.
an attractive excursion from Hall is the Hinterhorner Alm which is reached via Gnadenwald (situated on a plateau northeast above Hall) from where a toll road leads up to Hinterhorner Alm at 1600 m. From here you have a spectacular view down to the valley of the river Inn and a convenient start for easy panoramic hikes as the one to Walderalm.
On Hinterhorner Alm Iwas unable to resist their great Apfelstrudel. While I was eating it I noticed that I got interested exotic spectators like this lama. No wonder, there is no Apfelstrudel in Bolivia.