|location||Ladakh ( India )|
|Drain over||Shyok → Indus → Indian Ocean|
|Height difference||approx. 700 m|
|Bottom slope||approx. 7.8 ‰|
|length||approx. 90 km|
The nubra is fed by the Siachen glacier . It flows through a high mountain valley in a south-southeast direction. The valley is flanked by the Saser Muztagh in the east and by the mountain range of the Saltoro Mountains in the east. The river valley forms the dividing line between the Lesser Karakoram (in the west) and the Greater Karakoram (in the east). The Nubra joins the Shyok near Diskit . The river has a length of 90 km. A road runs along the course of the river.