The Sudogda arises near the village Lazarevka in the south of the oblast and empties into the Klyazma near the village of Spas-Kupalische. It is 118 km long, with an average slope of 0.342 m/km; half of the fall occurs in the first 20 kilometers. The river is wooded; the shore consists largely of meadows and swamps, particularly upstream. The general direction of flow is north.
On the river are the towns of Sudogda and Muromtsevo as well as a number of villages, and formerly several small hydropower plants.
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