The Pfrimm is a 42.7-kilometre long, left or western tributary of the Rhine in the Rhineland-Palatinate .
The Pfrimm rises in the southern part of the Donnersbergkreis. Its spring lies in the northern part of the Palatinate Forest Nature Park, about 3 kilometres southeast of the municipality Sippersfeld in the protected area Sippersfelder Weiher, which contains several ponds in the Hinterwald area. The spring is in a valley surrounded by the hills Sperberhöhe ) in the east, Salweidenkopf in the south and Schnepfberg in the southwest. In 1927, the spring was encased in basalt stones. About 10 metres north of the spring, the Pfrimm river flows through a pond named Pfrimmweiher and subsequently through a pond named Sippersfelder Weiher. It does not flow thought the nearby pond Retzbergweiher, which lies nearby to the west.
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