The Brienzer Rothorn is a mountain of the Emmental Alps, easily accessibly by the old steam cog-wheel railway.
With an elevation of 2,350m, the Brienzer Rothorn is the highest summit of the range. To its west lies the Tannhorn, whilst to its east are Arnihaaggen, Höch Gumme and the Brünig Pass (1,008m). Overlooking Lake Brienz on the south, the Waldemme Valley can be seen to the north.
© Nigel Lee Photography 2017