Graded path modalities count the number of paths satisfying a property, and generalize the existential (E) and universal (A) path modalities of CTL. The resulting logic is denoted GCTL, and is a very powerful logic since (as we show) it is equivalent, over trees, to monadic path logic. We settle the complexity of the satisfiability problem of GCTL, i.e., 2ExpTime-Complete, and the complexity of the model checking problem of GCTL, i.e., PSpace-Complete. The lower bounds already hold for CTL, and so we supply the upper bounds. The significance of this work is two-fold: GCTL is much more expressive than CTL as it adds to it a form of quantitative reasoning, and this is done at no extra cost in computational complexity.