Chuluut River

Chuluut River (Mongolian: Чулуут гол, stony river) is a river flowing through the valleys of the Khangai Mountains in central Mongolia, and a tributary of the Ider River. It is 415 km long, the width at the mouth into the Ider river is 80 m, the maximum depth is 3 m. It is usually frozen from November to April.

Chuluut River
Chuluut gol
ChuluutCanyon.JPG
the Chuluut Canyon, between Tariat and Öndör-Ulaan, Arkhangai
EtymologyMongolian: chuluut, "stony"
Native nameЧулуут гол
Location
CountryMongolia
AimagsArkhangai, Khövsgöl
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationKhangai Mountains
MouthIder River
Length415 km (258 mi)
Basin size10,750 km2 (4,150 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionIderSelengaLake BaikalAngaraYeniseyKara Sea
Tributaries 
 • leftSuman River

ReferencesEdit

"Чулуутын гол". medeelel.mn. Archived from the original on March 3, 2016. Retrieved July 16, 2007.

M.Nyamaa, Khövsgöl aimgiin lavlakh toli, Ulaanbaatar 2001

Coordinates: 49°12′37″N 100°40′14″E / 49.21028°N 100.67056°E / 49.21028; 100.67056