Coulongé

Coordinates: 47°41′28″N 0°12′01″E / 47.6911°N 0.2003°E / 47.6911; 0.2003

Coulongé is a commune in the Sarthe department in the Pays de la Loire region in north-western France.

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Coulonge Chutes
... Although the last log drive ended here in 1982, the waterfalls and gorge of the Coulonge River enjoy a substantial popularity among tourists, hikers and cyclists for playing a tremendous role in the reimagining of ecotourism in an area no longer able to survive upon resource extraction alone. ...
Fort-Coulonge, Quebec
... Fort-Coulonge is known for the Félix-Gabriel-Marchand Bridge which is actually in neighbouring Mansfield-et-Pontefract. ...
Fort-Coulonge, Quebec - History
... The trading post became the village of Fort-Coulonge situated several kilometres down river ... The region's first sawmill was built by George Bryson, Sr ...
Coulonge River - History
... One of a dozen or so significant tributaries of the Ottawa River, the Coulonge was used as a waterway by native North Americans and, later, by the coureurs des bois plying their independent trade in furs ... In 1835, Scottish-born lumber baron George Bryson acquired timber rights to thousands of acres of forest in the area, including the 200 acres (81 ha) immediately surrounding the Grandes Chutes ...