The Penzhina (Russian: Пенжина) is a river in Kamchatka Krai, Russia. Its source is in the Kolyma Mountains, and it flows into the Penzhina Bay of the Sea of Okhotsk. It is 713 kilometres (443 mi) long, and has a drainage basin of 73,500 square kilometres (28,400 sq mi). Its main tributaries are the Shayboveyem, Kondyreva and Oklan from the right, and the Ayanka, Chyornaya and Belaya from the left.
|• location||Kolyma Mountains|
|Mouth||Sea of Okhotsk|
|Length||713 km (443 mi)|
|Basin size||73,500 km2 (28,400 sq mi)|