|Drain over||Wesebach → Ihne → Bigge → Lenne → Ruhr → Rhine → North Sea|
|source||north-northwest of Meinerzhagen - Ebberg
|muzzle||south of Attendorn - Ebbeling Hagen in the Wesel Bach
|Height difference||142 m|
|Bottom slope||approx. 95 ‰|
|length||approx. 1.5 km|
The Elmche rises northwest of Ebberg near Meinerzhagen at about and flows first to the southeast, after about 200 m the Elmche reaches the village of Ebberg and swings to the east. Later the stream feeds a small lake and flows after about 1.5 km at about from the right into the Wesebach . '.
The approximately 1.3 km long course of the Elmche ends about 142 meters below its source, so it has an average bed gradient of about 95 ‰.
- in the east to the catchment area of the Wesebach
- and in the west to that of the Ränkebach , which flows into the Ihne.
The highest point is the Steinberg with a height of Elmchebach Valley nature reserve is located in the catchment area .in the southwest of the catchment area. The catchment area is characterized by forests and agriculture. The