The river Glems is a right tributary of the river Enz in Baden-Württemberg, Germany and around 47 km (29 mi) long. The spring is located in the south-west of Stuttgart. On the way to the confluence into the Enz next to Unterriexingen (a quarter of Markgröningen) it passes the districts of Böblingen and Ludwigsburg.

Glems
Glemsbrunnen.jpg
The Glemsbrunnen - source of the river Glems
Location
CountryGermany
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationStuttgart
 • elevation440 m (1,440 ft)
Mouth 
 • location
Enz
 • coordinates
48°56′26″N 9°3′12″E / 48.94056°N 9.05333°E / 48.94056; 9.05333Coordinates: 48°56′26″N 9°3′12″E / 48.94056°N 9.05333°E / 48.94056; 9.05333
 • elevation
188 m (617 ft)
Length47.0 km (29.2 mi) [1]
Basin size196 km2 (76 sq mi) [1]
Basin features
ProgressionEnzNeckarRhineNorth Sea

The river Glems gives its name to a wooded mountain range called Glemswald in the Böblingen district of Stuttgart Region.

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