40°51′29″N 72°49′32″E / 40.8581°N 72.8255°ECoordinates: 40°51′29″N 72°49′32″E / 40.8581°N 72.8255°E
|Basin size||1,370 km2 (530 sq mi)|
|Length||105 km (65 mi)|
The Kögart (Kyrgyz: Көгарт, Köğart, كۅعارت, IPA: [køʁɑrt]; Russian: Кёгарт, Kyogart) is a right tributary of the Kara Darya in Kyrgyzstan. The river is formed at the south-west slope of Fergana Range. Its basin area is 1370 km2, and its annual average flow rate is 18.1 m3/s. It flows into the Kara Darya near the town Suzak.
- "Basic hydrographic characteristics of rivers of Fergana valley". Retrieved 2015-08-19.