Outaouais covered bridges that invite you to dream

Published on October 7 2021

In addition to their considerable heritage value, covered bridges have a way of lending a certain cachet to any landscape. Theres no doubt about it, these bridges offer us magical settings and wonderful views. Its not surprising that theyre also known as kissing bridgesAnd here’s the good news: the Outaouais region has its share of covered bridges, each one as charming as the next. Get your camera ready!

Wakefield covered bridge – in the heart of the community


Where

45, Wakefield Heights Rd., Wakefield (Quebec)

Savoyard covered bridge – overlooking the rapids

Where

Ch. Pont Rouge, Grand-Remous (Quebec)

Félix-Gabriel-Marchand Bridge – the longest covered bridge in Quebec


Where

300, Principale St., Mansfield-et-Pontefract (Quebec)

Trois Clochers footbridge – some elements of a covered bridge

Where

274, Des Oblats St., Maniwaki (Quebec)

Meech Creek covered bridge – the only remnant of its time


Where

135, Cross Loop Rd., Chelsea (Quebec)

Templeton covered bridges (Brabant-Philippe, Roland-Houët and Des Bénévoles) – a network of bridges over the Rivière Blanche

Where

Rivière Blanche Trail, Gatineau (Quebec)

De l’Aigle covered bridge – nearly 100 years old

Where

De l’Aigle Rd., Egan-Sud (Quebec)

Add these covered bridges to your tour route to discover or rediscover the Outaouais and its beautiful landscapes! Looking for more scenery? Check out our blog post about breathtaking views in the Outaouais.

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