River Dor near Haripur
|location||Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ( Pakistan )|
|Drain over||Indus → Indian Ocean|
|Headwaters||western foothills of the Himalayas east of Abbottabad
|Height difference||approx. 1928 m|
|Bottom slope||approx. 32 ‰|
|length||approx. 60 km|
|Catchment area||approx. 650 km²|
The Dor rises almost 20 km east of the district capital Abbottabad in the western foothills of the Himalayas . It flows in a predominantly west-southwest direction. The cities of Havelian and Haripur are on its left bank. In the lower reaches, the Dor turns to the northwest and finally flows into the reservoir of the Tarbela dam . The Dor has a length of about 60 km. It drains an area of 650 km². The catchment area of the Dor is in the area of influence of the monsoons , so that there is heavy rainfall in the summer months and the river has a high water flow during this time.
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