Mount Howitt is a mountain in Victoria, Australia, named for Alfred William Howitt. Located in the Wonangatta Moroka Unit of the Alpine National Park approximately 170 km north-east of Melbourne.
The mountain is a popular bushwalking destination due to its views and relatively easy access in summer via several trails, including the Australian Alps Walking Track. The closest point to a road is via MacAlister Springs and the Howitt Plains, a distance of about seven kilometres. There is also a longer and more difficult hike up the West Spur. It climbs from the Howqua River, which is generally accessed via Mount Stirling. In winter road closures restrict access to trailheads no closer than 15 km (9.3 mi) away making the area popular with remoteness-seeking back country and cross country skiers.
There's a trail called Australian Alps Walking Track leading to the summit. Mount Howitt is one of the 30 peaks along the multi-day Australian Alps Walking Track.
By elevation Mount Howitt is
# 29 out of 206 in Alpine National Park # 36 out of 2097 in Victoria # 1 out of 145 in Shire of Wellington
By prominence Mount Howitt is
# 3 out of 206 in Alpine National Park # 19 out of 2097 in Victoria # 1 out of 145 in Shire of Wellington
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