Page Type Page Type: Mountain/Rock
Location Lat/Lon: 47.42000°N / 13.05000°E
Activities Activities: Via Ferrata
Seasons Season: Summer, Fall
Additional Information Elevation: 7769 ft / 2368 m
Sign the Climber's Log


The Grandlspitz is a distinctive mountain between Hochscharte and Taghaube with a upstream tower at the Southwest side. Behind Grandlspitz there is Hochkönig and Hochseiler.
From the summit you have a wonderful view to the near Hochkönig (you can see the summit cross) and Hochseiler in the North, to Tennengebirge, Sonnblick group and Glockner group with Großglockner, Wiesbachhorn. You can also see Großvenediger.

Next to Grandlspitz there is the Erich hut. From the hut you can reach the summit in 1 h 45 min.

There are several possibilities to reach the summit. There are some interesting climbing routes in good and solid rock.

Getting There

Trail to Grandlspitz

From Tauernautobahn via Bischofshofen to Mühlbach, from Mühlbach towards Dienten. Before you reach Dienten there is the Dientener Sattel on the right side with some parking possibilities.

From Zell am See to Dienten (30 min.). From Dienten in 10 minutes to Dientener Sattel (direction to Mühlbach, the Sattel is on the left side).

From the parking place you hike on a good trail to Erich hut (signs) in 40 minutes.

From Erich hut follow the sign to Hochkönig (not Taghaube!). You hike on a wonderful trail with great wild mountain flowers and some rocks to Grandlspitz.

Red Tape

No Red Tape there


In Dienten and Mühlbach is no camping place.
Camping places are in:
Camping Kastenhof - 5600 St. Johann im Pongau, Kastenhofweg 6
Camping Hirschenwirt - 5600 St. Johann im Pongau, Bundesstrasse 1
Campingplatz Passrucker - 5541 Altenmarkt, Zauchenseestrasse 341
Sonnenterrassen-Camping St. Veit - 5620 St. Veit, Bichlwirt 12
Camping Aschau - 5612 Hüttschlag, Karteis 24

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