The Aar ( German: Aare) is the longest river that both rises and ends entirely within Switzerland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aar"
The Arve River flows for approximately 100km (62 miles) through France, in the département of Haute-Savoie, and (for a few kilometers) Switzerland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arve River"
The Birsig river is a small river, which sources in eastern France near the Swiss border. The Birsig is about 21 kilometers long and its watershed area is about 82 square kilometers. It flows variably through Swiss and French territory and through the Birsig Valley. Afterwards it passes the city of Basel, where it enters the Rhine river. ...more on Wikipedia about "Birsig"
Doubs is a 430 km long river in eastern France and western Switzerland. Its source is near Mouthe in the western Jura mountains. First it flows north-east, more or less along the French-Swiss border (forming the border for approx. 40 km). Near Montbéliard it turns south-west, until it flows into the river Saône in Verdun-sur-le-Doubs, approx. 20 km north-east of Chalon-sur-Saône. ...more on Wikipedia about "Doubs River"
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The Inn is a river in Switzerland, Austria and Germany. It is a tributary of the Danube and 517 km in length. ...more on Wikipedia about "Inn River"
Julia ( Romansh: Gelgia) is a river in the Grisons canton, eastern Switzerland. It is a tributary of the Albula river, which it meets in Tiefencastel. The road to the Julier Pass runs through the Julia valley. ...more on Wikipedia about "Julia River"
The Limmat is a river in Switzerland which rises in the city of Zürich at the north end of Lake Zürich and flows in northwestern direction until it flows after 35 km into the river Aare north of the small town of Brugg and shortly after the mouth of the Reuss. ...more on Wikipedia about "Limmat"
The Linth (pronounced lint) is a Swiss river starting above Linthal the mountains of Glarus near the Klausen Pass and flowing from there north through the Glarus valley passing Schwanden, where it is joined by its main tributary Sernft, Ennenda, the town of Glarus, Netstal, and Näfels, from where it is channeled to Lake Walen (Walensee). It leaves Lake Walen at Weesen and flows from there as Linth Channel through the Linth Plain and near Schmerikon into the Lake Zurich of which it is the main tributary. It is totally about 50 km long. ...more on Wikipedia about "Linth"
Rivers of Switzerland: ...more on Wikipedia about "List of rivers of Switzerland"
The Lütschine is a river in the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lütschine"
The Maggia River is a river in the Swiss canton of Ticino. ...more on Wikipedia about "Maggia River"
The River Reuss is one of the larger rivers in Switzerland. The Reuss, the Aar, and the Limmat come together in Brugg at the "Watercastle of Europe". Together they go (now called the Aar) into the Rhine, which flows through Germany into the North Sea. ...more on Wikipedia about "Reuss River"
At 1,320 kilometres (820 miles) and an average discharge of more than 2,000 cubic meters per second, the Rhine ( German Rhein, French Rhin, Dutch Rijn, Romansch: Rein, Italian: Reno) is one of the longest and most important rivers in Europe. The name of the Rhine in all these languages comes from Celtic Renos, literally "that which flows", from the Proto-Indo-European root *rei- ("to flow, run"), which also gave the verb "to run" in English. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rhine"
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The River Rhône ( French Rhône, Occitan Ròse, Franco-Provençal Roun, standard German Rhone, Valais German Rotten) is one of the major rivers of Europe, running through Switzerland and France. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rhône River"
The Rom (Ram in Italian) is a river in Switzerland and Italy. It is a tributary of the Adige. It rises in the Livigno Range of the Alps, close to the Ofen Pass. It flows through the Val Müstair in Switzerland, and joins the Adige near the village Glurns or Glorenza in South Tyrol, Italy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rom River"
(Saane/Sarine) Saane (in German) or Sarine (in French) is one of the larger rivers in Switzerland. It is 128 km long and has a drainage area of 1,892 km². It is a tributary of the river Aar. The source is at the foot of the Sanetschhorn, in the western part of the Bernese Oberland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Saane/Sarine"
The Sihl is a river of Switzerland. It rises at Drusberg in the Canton of Schwyz. It passes through the Sihlsee near Einsiedeln, and then enters the Canton of Zurich, flowing through the Sihl valley (Sihltal) at the foot of the Albis, passing the Sihlwald, the largest remaining deciduous forest of the Swiss plateau, near Langnau am Albis. In Zurich the Sihl flows underneath the Main Station (parts of the main station are actually built below the Sihl), before joining the Limmat. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sihl"
Thur is a 131 km long river in north-eastern Switzerland. Is source is near the mountain Säntis in the south-east of the canton of St. Gallen. In this canton it flows through the Toggenburg region and the town Wil. After Wil it flows through the canton of Thurgau and its capital Frauenfeld. The final 19 km of the river Thur are in the canton of Zürich. It flows into the river Rhine on the border with Germany, south of Schaffhausen. ...more on Wikipedia about "Thur (Switzerland)"
The Ticino River is a river, a tributary of the Po. It rises in the St. Gotthard massif in Switzerland, flows through Lake Maggiore. The Ticino joins the Po a few km downstream of Pavia. It is about 280 kilometers or 173 miles long. In Switzerland it is dammed to create hydroelectricity, while in Italy it is primarily used for irrigation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ticino River"
The Upper Rhine is the part of the Rhine that flows between Basel and Bingen. Rhine- kilometers 170 to 529, measured beginning in Konstanz and ending in Rotterdam "Upper Rhine" means " Haut-Rhin" in French and is also the name of a French département in the Alsace region. ...more on Wikipedia about "Upper Rhine"
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