|Mouth||Tributary of the Lacantún River|
|Basin countries||Guatemala, Mexico|
|Source elevation||2700 m|
|Mouth elevation||200 m|
|Basin area||2,085 km³|
The río Ixcán is a river in Guatemala. The river flows northwards from its sources in the Cuchumatanes mountains in Huehuetenango, marks the border with El Quiché for a number of kilometers, and crosses the border with Mexico at where it flows into the Lacantún River, a tributary of the Usumacinta river. The Ixcán river basin covers an area of 2,085 km³ in Guatemala.
The river has several different names. From its sources and downriver: Río Quisil, río Naranjo, río Cocola, río Yula San Juan, and río Ixcán.
- INSIVUMEH. "Principales ríos de Guatemala".
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