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Rhone headwaters

Der Rhonegletscher

Description

The Rhone rises at the foot of the Rhone Glacier and is also called "the Rotten" on German. After leaving the Alps, it flows through Lake Geneva and flows into the Mediterranean Sea after 800 kilöometers in the south of France with a delta.

Four Sources Way

The fifth stage of the four-source route leads from Obergesteln via Oberwald, Gletsch and Muttbach up to the Furka Pass. From this climax we continue to a lookout point over the Rhone Glacier. The Rhone spring is evident from a reasonable distance.

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From a glacier in the Alps to the Mediterranean Sea. The Journey of the Rhone.

The Rhone rises at the foot of the glacier of the same name near the Furka Pass. The Rhone Glacier can be reached from the Furka Pass in a short time.

Four-Source Way

The fifth stage of the four-source route leads from Obergesteln via Oberwald, Gletsch and Muttbach up to the Furka Pass. From this climax we continue to a lookout point over the Rhone Glacier. The Rhone spring is evident from a reasonable distance.

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