Frutz

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Frutz
Frutz1b.jpg
River Frutz just before the confluence with the Rhine (photographed from the bikebridge)
Country Vorarlberg, Austria
Physical characteristics
Main source Frutz Alpine Hut
1,800 m (5,900 ft)
River mouth Rhine
47°19′03″N 9°35′21″E / 47.31750°N 9.58917°E / 47.31750; 9.58917Coordinates: 47°19′03″N 9°35′21″E / 47.31750°N 9.58917°E / 47.31750; 9.58917
Length ~ 19 km (12 mi)
Basin features
Progression RhineNorth Sea

The Frutz is a 19 km long river, which flows in western direction through the "Laterns" Valley in the area of Feldkirch to the Rhine. At Rankweil the river divides into a side and main arm. The smaller one has an own name called "Ehbach". Near the mouth both arms merge again into one arm and then merge with the Rhine.

Bigger locations on the River are:



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