Mons Penck is a mountain promontory on the near side of the Moon. It lies just to the northeast of the Kant crater, to the north of Ibn-Rushd crater and the Rupes Altai scarp. Southeast of Mons Penck are the prominent double crater consisting of Theophilus and Cyrillus.
The selenographic coordinates of this peak are 10.0° S, 21.6° E. It occupies a diameter of about 30 km around the base and climbs to an altitude of 4 km (13,000 feet). It was named for Albrecht Penck (1858-1945), a German geographer and geologist.