Chéran

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Chéran
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The Chéran at Lescheraines.
Origin Verrens-Arvey
45°40′23″N 06°15′32″E / 45.67306°N 6.25889°E / 45.67306; 6.25889
Mouth Fier
45°53′09″N 05°56′01″E / 45.88583°N 5.93361°E / 45.88583; 5.93361Coordinates: 45°53′09″N 05°56′01″E / 45.88583°N 5.93361°E / 45.88583; 5.93361
Basin countries France
Length 53.7 km (33.4 mi)
Source elevation 1,400 m (4,600 ft)
Mouth elevation 308 m (1,010 ft)
Avg. discharge 7.8 m3/s (280 cu ft/s) at mouth
Basin area 350 km2 (140 sq mi)

The Chéran (French: le Chéran) is a 53.7 km (33.4 mi) long river in the Savoie and Haute-Savoie départements, eastern France. Its source is at Verrens-Arvey, in the massif des Bauges. It flows generally northwest. It is a left tributary of the Fier into which it flows at Rumilly.

Départements and communes along its course[edit]

This list is ordered from source to mouth:

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