Gratlspitze 1.899 m - starting point: Berggasthof Holzalm
Peak hike offering specactular views. The walking time is calculated for there and back!
Drive from Brixlegg via Zimmermoos, past the Schwarzenberg chapel along a forest road to the car park at the Berggasthof Holzalm car park.
The path leads from the car park past the Holzalm. Follow the signs behind the hut to Gratlspitze. Take the path leading through the woods and continue uphill through pine woods to the "Ernarast" and on to the peak (approx. 1 h 45 min.). Walk back the same way. The peak is known as an ideal 360 degree vantage point and is popular with hikers looking to take in a sunrise! Discover this magical sunrise spot on your own and hike up the 1.899 m high peak that towers over the village of Alpbach. The panorama from the peak is gorgeous. Admire the Großer Galtenberg - the highest peak in the Kufstein district - numerous other mountain ranges such as the Karwendel and the Hohe Tauern peaks. Not only 800 mountain peaks, but 26 church spires can be seen from this vantage point..
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The peak is popular with hikers looking to take in a sunrise!
For dog owners:
- No watering hole up to the peak! Please use water at the starting point.
- The hike is nevertheless recommended, since the experience is worthwhile for humans and animals!
- Sure-footedness is also required from your four-legged friend
The path leads from the car park past the Holzalm. Follow the signs behind the hut to "Gratlspitze". Take the path leading through the woods and continue uphill through pine woods to the "Ernarast" and on to the peak (approx. 1 h 45 min.). Walk back the same way.
|Start||Berggasthof Holzalm car park|
|End||Berggasthof Holzalm car park|
|Public access||A12, motorway exit Kramsach/Brixlegg, towards Brixlegg, turn left at the OMV fuel station onto the Marktstraße, after approx. 500m turn left (the last 190m are a oneway system), continue up to Zimmermoos and on a forest road to the car park at the Holzalm.|
|Public transport||no public transport option|
|Parking||by car through Brixlegg / Zimmermoos, past the Schwarzenberg chapel to via the forest road to the car park at the Holzalm.|
Hiking boots and protective clothing