|Zermützelsee from the Stendenitzer Bridge|
|Places on the shore||Zermützel|
|Location close to the shore||Neuruppin|
|Altitude above sea level|
|Maximum depth||7 m|
|Middle deep||4 m|
The Zermützelsee is located in the Ostprignitz-Ruppin district in the north of Brandenburg in the middle of Ruppin Switzerland and is north of the core area of Neuruppin between the Tornowsee and the Tetzensee .
The Zermützelsee has a water surface of about 1.2 km². It is about four meters deep on average, at its deepest point it is seven meters deep. Various types of fish such as eels , pike , pikeperch , catfish , perch , carp , tench and white fish can be found in the lake .
- Zermützelsee on mein-badesee.de
- Neuruppiner Gewässer / Berliner Gewässer in brief information on hobby-angeln.com