Map of the Shantar Islands. Belichy is the smaller, elongated island to the south of Bolshoy Shantar.
|Federal subject||Far Eastern Federal District|
|• Total||70 km2 (30 sq mi)|
|Elevation||453 m (1,486 ft)|
The island is 20.3 km in length, with a maximum width of about 5 km. It is covered in larch forests.
Belichy Island is separated from Bolshoy Shantar Island to the north by Proliv Severo-Vostochny, from Maly Shantar Island to the west by Proliv Opasny, and from the mainland to the south by Proliv Lindgol'ma. To its east lies Akademii Bay.
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