Bolshoy Ik River

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Not to be confused with Ik River.
Bolshoy Ik River
Very small ford across Bol'shoy Ik.jpg
Very small ford across the Bolshoy Ik
Origin South Urals, Bashkortostan
Mouth Sakmara River, Saraktash, Orenburg Oblast
Basin countries Bashkortostan and Orenburg Oblast, Russia
Length 341 km (212 mi)
Avg. discharge 61 m3/s (2,200 cu ft/s)
Basin area 7,670 km2 (2,960 sq mi)

The Bolshoy Ik River (Russian: Большой Ик, literally Greater Ik; Bashkir: Оло Ыйыҡ, Olo Iyıq) is a tributary of the Sakmara River, which flows south from the southern end of the Ural Mountains in Bashkortostan and Orenburg Oblast, Russia.

The river is generally fed by snowmelt.[1]

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Coordinates: 51°49′24″N 56°23′22″E / 51.82333°N 56.38944°E / 51.82333; 56.38944