The Uchur (Russian: Учур) is a river in Khabarovsk Krai and Yakutia in Russia, a right tributary of the Aldan (Lena's basin).[1] The length of the river is 812 kilometres (505 mi). The area of its drainage basin is 113,000 square kilometres (44,000 sq mi).[2] The Uchur freezes up in November and breaks up in May. Its main tributaries are the Uyan, Tyrkan, Gonam, and Gynym. The Gynym, a tributary of the Uchur, marks the southern border of the Sunnagyn Range.[3][4]

Uchur is located in Sakha Republic
Mouth location in Yakutia, Russia
Physical characteristics
 • coordinates
58°47′33″N 130°35′55″E / 58.79250°N 130.59861°E / 58.79250; 130.59861Coordinates: 58°47′33″N 130°35′55″E / 58.79250°N 130.59861°E / 58.79250; 130.59861
Length812 km (505 mi)
Basin size113,000 km2 (44,000 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionAldanLenaLaptev Sea
Map of the Aldan basin showing the Uchur


  1. ^ Glebovit︠s︡kiĭ, Viktor Andreevich. The early Precambrian of Russia. CRC Press. pp. 121–. ISBN 9789057020117. Retrieved 23 January 2013.
  2. ^ Река Учур in the State Water Register of Russia (Russian)
  3. ^ Суннагын / Great Soviet Encyclopedia; in 35 vols. / Ch. ed. Yu. S. Osipov. 2004—2017.
  4. ^ Google Earth