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Salat (river)

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River mouth  Garonne
Length  75 km
Source elevation  2,500 m
Mouth  Garonne
Cities  Saint-Girons
Basin size  1,570 km (610 sq mi)
Discharge  43 m³/s
Source  Pyrenees
Country  France
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Main source  Mont Rouch, Pyrenees 2,500 m (8,200 ft)
Progression  Garonne→ Atlantic Ocean

The Salat (Occitan: Salat) is a river in southern France, a right tributary of the Garonne. It rises in nine points above the hamlet Salau in the municipality Couflens, on the slopes of Mont Rouch, central Pyrenees. The former Gascon province of Couserans is based on its valley.

Contents

Map of Le Salat, France

Departments and Cities

  • Ariège: Saint-Girons
  • Haute-Garonne: Salies-du-Salat, Boussens.
  • Main tributaries

  • Alet
  • Garbet
  • Arac
  • Lez
  • Baup
  • Arbas
  • References

    Salat (river) Wikipedia


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