Chikman River

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Chikman River
Origin North Ural
Mouth Yayva River
Length 55 km (34 mi)
Basin area 600 km2 (230 sq mi)

Chikman (Russian: Чикман) is a river in Perm Krai, Russia, a left tributary of the Yayva River. It is 55 kilometres (34 mi) long with a drainage basin of 600 square kilometres (230 sq mi). It starts on the west slope of North Ural, north of Mount Sheludyak. Its mouth is upstream of the village Sukhaya, 221 kilometres (137 mi) from the mouth of the Yayva River. There are some small tributaries; the most significant are:

  • Left: Poludennaya (33 km), Syuz (23 km), Talitsa (18 km);
  • Right: Sukhaya

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