The Delger mörön (Mongolian: Дэлгэр мөрөн, "wide river") is a river in the Khövsgöl aimag in northern Mongolia. Together with the Ider River it is one of the sources of the Selenge River. The source is in the Ulaan Taiga range close to the Russian border, the confluence with the Ider River is in Tömörbulag. The Delgermörön is frozen 128–175 days per year. There is a ferry in Bayanzürkh and a concrete bridge just south of Mörön.

Delger mörön
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EtymologyMongolian: Delger mörön, "wide river")
Native nameДэлгэр мөрөн
Location
CountryMongolia
AimagsKhövsgöl
Major cityMörön
Physical characteristics
Source 
 ⁃ locationUlaan Taiga range
MouthSelenge River
 ⁃ location
Olon golyn bilchir
 ⁃ coordinates
49°15′40″N 100°40′45″E / 49.26111°N 100.67917°E / 49.26111; 100.67917Coordinates: 49°15′40″N 100°40′45″E / 49.26111°N 100.67917°E / 49.26111; 100.67917
Length445 km (277 mi)
Basin size26,640 km2 (10,290 sq mi)
Basin features
Tributaries 
 ⁃ leftBeltes River
 ⁃ rightSharga River, Bügsiin River

See alsoEdit

List of rivers of Mongolia

ReferencesEdit