The Mohnenfluh is a 2,544-metre-high mountain in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg.
The Mohnenfluh is the second-highest summit in the region of Schröcken after the Braunarlspitze, and is in the Lechquellen Mountains. An ascent is usually made via the Mohnen Saddle (2,315 m) and the south arête. The Bregenzer Ach rises on the eastern flank of the Mohnenfluh above Schröcken at a height of about 2,400 metres.
The name "Mohn(-en)" may be connected to the word Mond ("moon"). Because there are also mountain meadows or Bergmähder nearby, it may be derived from "Mahd" / "Mähen" ("meadow").
There's an alpine trail (T4) leading to the summit. Mohnenfluh is one of the 1 peaks along the Mohnenfluh.
The nearest mountain hut is Kriegeralpe located 1 808m/5 932ft SE of the summit.
By elevation Mohnenfluh is
# 2 out of 245 in Bezirk Bregenz # 19 out of 188 in the Lechquellen Mountains
By prominence Mohnenfluh is
# 13 out of 245 in Bezirk Bregenz # 24 out of 664 in Bezirk Bludenz # 33 out of 1003 in Vorarlberg # 10 out of 188 in the Lechquellen Mountains # 60 out of 1916 in the North Tyrol Limestone Alps
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