The Kamchatka River (Russian: Камча́тка) runs eastward for 758 kilometers (471 mi) through Kamchatka Krai in the Russian Far East towards the Pacific Ocean. The river is rich with salmon, millions of which spawn yearly and which once supported the settlements of the native Itelmen.
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