9 Coldest Rivers in the World

Traversing the Siberian tundra, the Khatanga River stands as another frozen wonder. Its ice-covered waters are a testament to the power of nature

Khatanga River, Russia

Another contender from Siberia, the Kolyma River is renowned for its chilling waters. This river freezes for a significant portion of the year

Kolyma River, Russia

Winding its way through Russia and China, the Amur River stands as one of the longest undammed rivers in the world. Its northern reaches experience freezing temperatures

Amur River, Russia and China

Cutting through the rugged Siberian wilderness, the Lena River graces the landscape with its majestic beauty. Despite  cold temperatures, the river supports unique ecosystems

Lena River, Russia:

Stretching through the Northern Territories of Canada, the Mackenzie River is a lifeline for the region’s communities. Its frigid waters reflect the vast frozen landscapes 

Mackenzie River, Canada

The Indigirka River, located in Russia’s Siberian region, experiences some of the lowest temperatures in the world. Despite these harsh conditions, it supports a diverse array of flora and fauna adapted to the cold.

Indigirka River, Russia

Found in the remote and picturesque Rocky Mountains of Canada, the Columbia River is known for its icy embrace. Its waters reflect the stunning alpine landscapes 

Columbia River, Canada

Topping our list is the Oymyakon River in Siberia, Russia. Oymyakon is frequently regarded as one of the coldest inhabited places on Earth, experiencing staggeringly low temperatures 

Oymyakon River, Russia