|Region||Clans, High Wood Country|
The Tunzâr river begins in the northeastern peaks of the Gakhs. Passing through the Tazundurka valley, it breaks over great boulders creating dangerous rapids. From this valley to the headwaters, it is largely navigable only by canoes and rafts. The river widens considerably as it cuts through the Siguzilbak Forest. Five to six miles wide as it passes into High Wood Country, it banks southeast to the coasts of Tarag-Khâlu.