Bregenzer Ache

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Bregenzer Ache
Hard Rhein BregenzerAche.JPG
Bregenzer Ache (right) enters Lake Constance east of the Alpenrhein in Hard
Origin Mohnenfluh in the Bregenz Forest Mountains near Schröcken
Mouth Lake Constance at Hard (47°30′12″N 9°41′37″E / 47.50333°N 9.69361°E / 47.50333; 9.69361Coordinates: 47°30′12″N 9°41′37″E / 47.50333°N 9.69361°E / 47.50333; 9.69361)
Basin countries Austria
Length 80 km (50 mi)
Source elevation 2,400 m (7,900 ft)
Mouth elevation 395 m (1,296 ft)

The Bregenzer Ache is the main river of the Bregenz Forest, in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg. It is a tributary to Lake Constance.

Bregenzer Ache between Mellau and Bezau