Fichtelnaab

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Fichtelnaab
Fichtelnaabquelle.jpg
Source of the Fichtelnaab
Location Bayreuth district, Tirschenreuth district
Reference no. DE: 1412
Physical characteristics
Main source on the southeastern slopes of the Ochsenkopf
ca. 865 m
50°01′31″N 11°50′01″E / 50.02528°N 11.83361°E / 50.02528; 11.83361
River mouth near Windischeschenbach into the Waldnaab
423 m
49°48′30″N 12°09′44″E / 49.80833°N 12.16222°E / 49.80833; 12.16222Coordinates: 49°48′30″N 12°09′44″E / 49.80833°N 12.16222°E / 49.80833; 12.16222
Length 47.4 km (29.5 mi) [1]
Basin features
Progression WaldnaabNaabDanubeBlack Sea
Basin size 278 km2 (107 sq mi) [1]
Tributaries

The Fichtelnaab is a river in Upper Franconia and the Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany. It rises in the Fichtelgebirge and flows into the Waldnaab near Windischeschenbach.

Course[edit]

The source of the Fichtelnaab is located on the southeastern slope of the Ochsenkopf (1,024 m above sea level (NN)) northwest of Fichtelberg and west of the Fichtelsee (10.5 hectares and 752 m above NN). From there it flows southeast through the villages of Fichtelberg and Mehlmeisel in the district of Tirschenreuth. From there the Fichtelnaab passes through Brand, Ebnath, Neusorg and Erbendorf to Windischeschenbach, where it joins the Waldnaab.

Tributaries[edit]

  • Moosbach (right)
  • Kratzebach (left)
  • Fallbach (right)
  • Geisbach (right)
  • Fuhrbach (left)
  • Saugrabenbach (right)
  • Gregnitz (left)
  • Goldbach (right)
  • Witzelbach (right)
  • Höllbach (left)
  • Felberger Bach (right)
  • Forellenbach (left)
  • Tiefenbach (right)
  • Galgenbach (right)
  • Steinbach (right)
  • Heinbach (left)

Sources[edit]

  • Die Naab – mit Waldnaab, Fichtelnaab, Haidenaab. 144 Seiten, Pustet, Regensburg,ISBN 3-7917-1915-7.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Complete table of the Bavarian Waterbody Register by the Bavarian State Office for the Environment (xls, 10.3 MB)