Myriam Baril-Tessier


833 Principale St., Bryson (Québec), Canada

When it was founded in 1856, Bryson was known as “the little port of Havelock,” and served as the transfer point for goods shipped between the upper Ottawa River and the lower townships. It was also the county seat until 1914, when a fire destroyed most of the village. Today, this historic riverside community is a landmark for thrill seekers thanks to Rafting Momentum, which offers an unforgettable whitewater experience. Bryson is a place well worth discovering!

Nearby attractions

0.8 km

Horizon X Rafting

0.9 km

Rafting Momentum

5.7 km

Brauwerk Hoffman

9.5 km

Little Red Wagon Winery

10 km

Interprovincial snowmobile bridges

10.1 km

Art Pontiac

12.6 km

Apothecary - La Fée des Bois

13.1 km

Pontiac Home Bakery

14.7 km

Chalets Prunella

18.2 km

HillHaus Dômes Pontiac

Blogs and routes


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