List of rivers of Mongolia

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Gorge of the Chuluut River

This is a list of notable rivers of Mongolia. They are arranged geographically by river basin.

Longest rivers[change | edit source]

  1. Orkhon River - 1,124 kilometres (698 mi)
  2. Kherlen River - 1,090 kilometres (677 mi)
  3. Tuul River - 704 kilometres (437 mi)
  4. Zavkhan River - 670 kilometres (416 mi)
  5. Selenge River - 593 kilometres (368 mi)
  6. Tes River - 568 kilometres (353 mi)
  7. Hovd River - 516 kilometres (321 mi)
  8. Eg River - 475 kilometres (295 mi)
  9. Ider River - 452 kilometres (281 mi)
  10. Delgermörön - 445 kilometres (277 mi)

Flowing into the Arctic Ocean[change | edit source]

Selenge River
Ider River
Tuul River
Shishged River

Flowing into the Sea of Okhotsk (Pacific Ocean)[change | edit source]

  • Amur River (Russia/China)
    • Shilka River (Russia)

Flowing into endorheic basins[change | edit source]

Hulun Lake[change | edit source]

Ulaan Lake[change | edit source]

Great Lakes Depression[change | edit source]

Khar-Us Lake[change | edit source]

Uvs Nuur Basin[change | edit source]

Uvs Lake and basin

Rivers draining into endorheic Uvs Lake, forming the drainage of the Uvs Lake Basin

Khyargas Lake[change | edit source]

Dörgön Lake[change | edit source]

  • Teeliin gol, flowing out of Khar Lake
    • Chono Kharaikh gol, draining into Khar Lake

Ulungur Lake[change | edit source]