The Sennkogel is a mountain in the Schnalskamm group of the Ötztal Alps.
Originally bearing the name 3rd Kreuzköpfe, the first ascendant, E.J. Häberlin from Frankfurt am Main suggested to rename it after Franz Senn, who had made many first ascents in the Ötztal Alps in the 1860s, including the neighboring Fineilspitze and Kreuzspitze, and the Fluchtkogel, Mutmalspitze, Firmisanschneide, Spiegelkogel, and Weißseespitze. The nomenclature was accepted by Heinrich Heß in his chapter on the Ötztal Alps in Die Erschliessung der Ostalpen, Volume 2.
By elevation Sennkogel is
# 25 out of 78 in the Schnalskamm # 54 out of 188 in Naturpark Ötztal # 68 out of 956 in Bezirk Imst # 83 out of 1937 in the Eastern Rhaetian Alps # 75 out of 965 in the Ötztal Alps
By prominence Sennkogel is
# 10 out of 78 in the Schnalskamm # 22 out of 188 in Naturpark Ötztal # 84 out of 965 in the Ötztal Alps
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