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From St. George's to Mt. Moritz summit

From my hike yesterday it was too obvious that my next destination is supposed to be the summit of Mt. Moritz. Unlike Mt. Melville, the peak seems to be completely free and a 360 degree view is guaranteed.
Transportation of choice is the bicycle of course. For that reason I did not want to cycle to Mt. Moritz on the road, instead I went over the ridge at Mt. Melville again and started hiking from there. An old track, which is only a path now, is leading directly to Mt. Moritz.
After arriving at the village of Mt. Moritz I was not able to find the trailhead to the summit and nobody was around to ask. Therefore I decided to walk back, just far enough to be outside the village  and find a straight route to the summit. A very steep and slippery hill through a bamboo forest brought directly beneath the steep south face of the hill.

From there on it was a fight through the waist high grass and rock boulders, but soon after I was on the summit. This ascent is not recommended for average hik…

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