Bolshoy Ik River
|Bolshoy Ik River|
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.
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