The Hahnenmoos Pass (German: Hahnenmoospass) is a mountain pass of the Bernese Alps. The pass crosses the col between the peaks of Regenboldshorn and Albristhorn, at an elevation of 1,950 m (6,400 ft). The Hahnenmoos Pass is the lowest pass between the Engstligental, to the east, and the upper Simmental, to the west.
The pass is traversed by a hiking track, which connects Adelboden, at an elevation of 1,350 m (4,430 ft) in the Engstligental, with Lenk, at an elevation of 1,068 m (3,504 ft) in the Simmental. The track forms part of the Alpine Pass Route, a long-distance hiking trail across Switzerland between Sargans and Montreux. Although a road leads to the pass from Adelboden, the pass can not be traversed by car.
In winter the pass is part of a ski area. The Berghotel Hahnenmoospass is a hotel and restaurant that is located at the summit of the pass and is open in both summer and winter.