Grade Lutter

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Grade Lutter
Location North of Bad Lauterberg in Osterode am Harz district in Lower Saxony,  Germany
Basin features
Main source over 660 m
River mouth Confluence: with the Krumme Lutter to form the Lutter
316 m
51°38′33″N 10°27′36″E / 51.6425°N 10.46°E / 51.6425; 10.46
River system LutterOderRhumeLeineAllerWeser
Basin size 8.3 km²
Tributaries
  • Right:
    Ziegenkappe and Übelsbach
Physical characteristics
Length 5.9 km

The Grade Lutter is one of the two headstreams of the River Lutter in the South Harz. It rises at over 660 metres on the Aschentalshalbe. It then flows mainly in a southerly direction in order to merge with the Krumme Lutter near Kupferhütte to form the Lutter.

Sources[edit]

  • Topographische Karte 1:25000, Nr. 4328 Bad Lauterberg im Harz