The Tannhorn is a mountain of the Emmental Alps in Switzerland. It lies to the west of the Brienzer Rothorn and to the east of the Augstmatthorn. On its southern side it overlooks Lake Brienz.
Administratively, the summit is shared by the municipalities of Brienz, to the south and east, Oberried am Brienzersee, to the west, and Flühli, to the north-east. Brienz and Oberried am Brienzersee are in the canton of Bern, whilst Flühli is in the canton of Lucerne. The Tannhorn is the southernmost point in the canton of Lucerne.
There's a demading hiking trail (T3) leading to the summit. Tannhorn is one of the 13 peaks along the Brienzergratweg.
By elevation Tannhorn is
# 1 out of 97 in Lake Thun – Hohgant Nature Park # 3 out of 229 in Luzern # 3 out of 96 in UNESCO Biosphere Entlebuch
By prominence Tannhorn is
# 9 out of 97 in Lake Thun – Hohgant Nature Park # 49 out of 567 in Verwaltungskreis Interlaken-Oberhasli # 22 out of 229 in Luzern # 11 out of 96 in UNESCO Biosphere Entlebuch
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