Those who hike along the trail, which is roughly half a kilometre long, will come across four information panels: an introductory panel with general information on the site at the beginning, and two panels on the hilltop, which focus on the natural wealth harboured by Vulture Peak. The trail closes with a panoramic panel revealing to visitors what can be seen from atop Vulture Peak: a part of the Bohemian Central Uplands surrounding the highest elevation (Milešovka) and the Bílina River valley, from a somewhat unusual angle.
The leafless iris, St. Bernard's lily, the small pasque flower, and many other rare plants can be found on one's way up Vulture Peak. The local plant communities are those of the rocky feather-grass steppe, a characteristic ecosystem on the southern slopes of volcanic rock elevations in the Bohemian Central Uplands. Up here, the spring months are a feast for the visitor's eyes.
The trail was built in 2019 with the support of the NET4GAS Closer to Nature programme by volunteers organized within Launensia, the local chapter of the Czech Union for Nature Conservation.