This hike, which is almost 12 kilometre in length and of intermediate difficulty, takes around 4.5 hours to complete and sees hikers climb roughly 600 vertical metres up to an altitude of 1,526 metres above sea level. It is popular among nature lovers and flower enthusiasts but also offers great views of the Kitzbühel Alps. There are a number of huts en route serving good local food.
- The Gratlspitz mountain is famous throughout Tirol and beyond for its exceptional flora. Hikers can look forward to seeing several different species of lily and orchid native to the Alps, including Turk's cap lily and and lady's slipper.
- Until the middle of the 19th century the Gratlspitz mountain was used to mine copper and silver. Today, all that remains of this major mining centre is the entrance to the underground tunnel system at the Kaiserbrünnl, where there are still a number of colourful stones to be found.
- The majestic views and rich flora make the Gratlspitz an ideal place to experience the diversity of alpine terrain. Walkers and hikers will enjoy views of the Hauserjoch mountain as well as into the Alpbachtal Valley and the Inn Valley.