The characteristic of its summit structure gives the Kirchdachspitze its name. As the highest elevation in the Serleskamm ridge, which separates the Gschnitztal valley from the Pinnis and Stubaital valleys, it lies between the Ilmspitze and the Hammerspitze in the wildly romantic Pinnistal valley.
From the Pinnisalm, the steep ascent takes you over an altitude difference of almost 1,300 metres to the summit. The high-alpine trail also bears the name Jubiläumssteig. The Jubiläumssteig is excellently laid out and winds up the mountain in serpentines with relatively few wire rope protections. After a well-deserved rest at the summit, the trail continues on the Gschnitztal side to the beautifully situated Padasterjochhaus. For the descent, take the path past the Hammerspitze via the Rohrauersteig trail to the Issenanger Alm. This trail descends very steeply into the Pinnistal valley. Please take into account the huge differences in altitude on this hike. This tour is only suitable for experienced mountaineers with good physical condition! This mountain tour requires surefootedness and a head for heights.