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Okhota
Origin Suntar-Khayata Range
Mouth Sea of Okhotsk
Basin countries Russia
Length 393 km
Avg. discharge 200
Basin area 11,900 km²

The Okhota River (Russian: Охота, lit. Hunting) is a river in Khabarovsk Krai, historically it was the easternmost end of the Siberian River Routes.

It rises in Suntar-Khayata Range. After river flows in wide valley between Yudom and Kukhtuy Ranges into Sea of Okhotsk. The mouth of river is near Okhotsk.

Okhota River is 393 km long, its drainage basin area is 19,100 square kilometres.[1] The banks of the river in the mostly foresty. There are a spawning migration in river. The lower reaches of the river are navigable.

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