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Glarus Kloentalersee.jpg
Karte Klöntalersee.png
LocationCanton of Glarus
Coordinates47°1′32″N 8°58′50″E / 47.02556°N 8.98056°E / 47.02556; 8.98056Coordinates: 47°1′32″N 8°58′50″E / 47.02556°N 8.98056°E / 47.02556; 8.98056
Primary inflowsChlü
Primary outflowsLöntsch
Basin countriesSwitzerland
Surface area3.3 km2 (1.3 sq mi)
Max. depth49 m (161 ft)
Surface elevation848 m (2,782 ft)
SettlementsSeerüti, Vorauen

Klöntalersee is a natural lake in the canton of Glarus, Switzerland and covers the major part of the Klöntal valley floor. Since 1908, it has been used as a reservoir for electricity production. The dam's construction substantially increased the lake's volume.

Klöntalersee is drained by the Löntsch, a left tributary of the Linth.

Lake Klöntal.jpg

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