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The river Simme is a tributary of the river Kander in the Bernese Oberland in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. It is approximately 60 kilometres long and has a catchment area of 594 square kilometres .
The river Simme begins at the Alpine lake of Flueseeli ) on the secluded Alpine meadow just above the Flueschafberg cliffs. But right afterwords, one level and 600 metres lower, below the Flueschafberg cliffs, on the Alpine meadow called Rezliberg, it converges with several creeks which have even higher springs, such as the Truebbach, the Rezligletscherbach, and the Ammertenbach. This area is located west of the mountain range Wildstrubel, and to the north of and below the Glacier de la Plaine Morte ), and about 7 kilometres south of the resort of Lenk. Underneath the Rezliberg it forms the Simmenfälle, several waterfalls, which have, altogether, a drop of 200 metres .


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