Wikipedia

Wikipedia

HomeRoutesPlaces of interest

Unteraargletscher

Glacier

CH |

Public | FrenchGermanItalian

Source: MRB

Copyright: CC 3.0

The Unteraargletscher (German pronunciation: [ʔʊntərʔɑːrglɛtʃər]), literally "Lower Aare-Glacier", is the larger of the two sources of the Aare river in the Bernese Alps. It emerges from the association of the Finsteraargletscher (near the Finsteraarhorn) and the Lauteraargletscher (near the Lauteraarhorn) and flows for about 6 km (3.7 mi) to the east down to the Grimselsee near the Grimsel Pass. In total the glacier is 12.95 km (8.05 mi) long and 29.48 km2 (11.38 sq mi) in area (1973). Its lower end is (or was) almost 400 metres lower than that one of the neighbouring Oberaargletscher.

Source: Wikipedia.org

Copyright: CC 3.0

More information

Address

Interlaken-Oberhasli
Switzerland

More about this place of interest

Routes nearby

Related channels

Just like any other website, RouteYou makes use of cookies and similar technology to collect information about your preferences and your usage of the website. Only by doing so can we offer you an optimal user experience.

We also use cookies to serve you with personalised advertisements. Advertisements are necessary in order to offer you this service for free. If you prefer to use the website ad free, then you have the option to upgrade to a paid MyRouteYou Plus account, which also offers some advanced functionality.

Whatever you choose, we will always respect the privacy and security of your information in accordance with our privacy and cookie policy.

How do you want to continue?

I agree with the privacy and cookie policy and

© 2006-2018 RouteYou - www.routeyou.com