The Klingbach is a stream, just under 38 kilometres long, in South Palatinate, Germany, and a left-hand tributary of the Michelsbach.
The main source of the Klingbach is located in the southern Palatine Forest, the German part of the Wasgau, at a height of about 350 m above sea level on the northeast slope of the hill on which the ruined Lindelbrunn Castle stands. Another, almost equally strong, source is situated a good two kilometres to the south. The two source streams converged after about three kilometres in Silz.
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