Alm (river)

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Alm - Scharnstein.jpg
Country Austria
Basin features
Main source Almsee
River mouth Traun (Fischlham)
Physical characteristics
Length 48 km (30 mi)

Alm is a river in the Austrian state of Upper Austria.

The Alm is a right tributary of the Traun, which it meets near the town of Fischlham. Its source is the lake Almsee. The Laudach is a left tributary of the Alm.

Municipalities along the river are Grünau im Almtal, Scharnstein, Pettenbach, Vorchdorf, Steinerkirchen an der Traun and Bad Wimsbach-Neydharting.

The quality of the water is at a high level (Drinking water). Fishes in the Alm comprise: Brown trout, Rainbow trout, Brook trout and Grayling.

Coordinates: 48°05′26″N 13°55′07″E / 48.0906°N 13.9186°E / 48.0906; 13.9186