Sok River

Sok (Russian: Сок) is a river in Samara and Orenburg Oblasts, Russia, a left tributary of the Volga River. It flows southwest to meet the Samara Bend of the Volga near Sokolyi Mountains, north of the city of Samara. The major tributary is Kondurcha River.

Volga River
Tributaries
  • Selizharovka
  • Vazuza
  • Tvertsa
  • Shosha
  • Dubna
  • Medveditsa
  • Nerl
  • Kashinka
  • Sit'
  • Mologa
  • Suda
  • Sheksna
  • Sogozha
  • Kotorosl
  • Kostroma
  • Nyomda
  • Unzha
  • Uzola
  • Oka
  • Kudma
  • Kerzhenets
  • Sura
  • Vetluga
  • Rutka
  • Tsivil
  • Great Kokshaga
  • Little Kokshaga
  • Anish
  • Ilet
  • Sviyaga
  • Sumka
  • Kazanka
  • Kama
  • Aktay
  • Bezdna
  • Cheremshan
  • Sok
  • Samara
  • Chapayevka
  • Little Irgiz
  • Irgiz
  • Tereshka
  • Yeruslan
  • Akhtuba (distributary)
Reservoirs
  • Volgo Lake
  • Ivankovo
  • Uglich
  • Rybinsk
  • Gorky
  • Cheboksary
  • Kuybyshev
  • Saratov
  • Volgograd
Hydroelectric
stations
  • Ivankovo
  • Uglich
  • Rybinsk
  • Nizhny Novgorod
  • Cheboksary
  • Zhiguli
  • Saratov
  • Volga
Canals
  • Moscow Canal
  • Volga–Baltic Waterway
  • Volga–Don Canal


Coordinates: 53°24′33″N 50°07′56″E / 53.40917°N 50.13222°E / 53.40917; 50.13222

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