The Kan (Russian: Кан) river is a right tributary of the Yenisey in Krasnoyarsk Krai, Siberia, Russia. It is 629-kilometre (391 mi) long and drains a basin of 36,900 square kilometres (14,200 sq mi). Its valley forms the southern boundary of the Yenisey Range.
|Length||629 km (391 mi)|
|Basin size||36,900 km2 (14,200 sq mi)|
|Progression||Yenisey→ Kara Sea|
The headwaters of the river rise in the Sayan Mountains and flow from there in a northerly direction through Kansk and then in a westerly direction through Zelenogorsk, entering Yenisei at Ust-Kan, 69 kilometres (43 mi) north-east of Krasnoyarsk).
- Material translated from the Russian Wikipedia article.