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Hüttnersee

Hüttnersee, 8825 Hütten, Switzerland

Lake/ River/ Ponds

About Hüttnersee

Hüttnersee is a small lake at Hütten in the Canton of Zurich, Switzerland. The northern shore is located in Samstagern, a village in the municipality of Richterswil. Its surface area is 0.165 km2. It is an ideal place to spend some leisure time and also for trekking too.



Attractions near Hüttnersee

Sihl1.36km from Hüttnersee

The Sihl is a Swiss river that rises near the Druesberg mountain in the canton of Schwyz and eventually flows into the Limmat in the center of the city of Zürich. It has a length of 73 km, including the Sihlsee reservoir, through which the river flows. Water is abstracted from the river at the Sihlsee, leading to decreased downstream water flows and a consequent reduction in water quality.

Höhronen2.67km from Hüttnersee

The Höhronen is a mountain of the Swiss Prealps, located on the border between the Swiss cantons of Zurich and Zug. It lies approximately halfway between Lake Zurich and Lake Ägeri.  West of a secondary summit named Wildspitz is located the tripoint between the cantons of Zurich, Zug, and Schwyz. The tripoint, located at a height of 1,186 meters, is marked by a stone named Dreiländerstein.

Gottschalkenberg Pass3.9km from Hüttnersee

Gottschalkenberg Pass is a high mountain pass in the canton of Zug in Switzerland. IT gives a panoramic view of the valley of Zug and also it is a picturesque area to spend some good times and to take some photographs.

Raten Pass4.72km from Hüttnersee

A beautiful high mountain pass located in the heart of Zug which offers a panoramic view of the natural beauty of the canton. This pass connects Oberägeri and Biberbrugg. One can enjoy a ride through this pass very much.

Johanna-Spyri-Museum6.35km from Hüttnersee

It is not only Heidi’s world, but also that of her creator that you get to know in Zürich’s Hirzel. This is where the little Johanna Louise Heusser went to school. Since 1981 the Johanna Spyri Museum has been located in the “Old School House”.

Lake Zurich7.23km from Hüttnersee

Lake Zürich is formed by the Linth river, which rises in the glaciers of the Glarus Alps and was diverted by the Escher canal into Lake Walen from where its waters are carried to the east end of Lake Zürich by means of the Linth canal. The waters of the Lake of Zürich flow out of the lake at its north-west end, passing through the city of Zürich.

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The Canton of Zug is one of the smallest of the Swiss cantons in terms of area. The canton is located in central Switzerland and covers an area of 239 square kilometre