Myriam Barril-Tessier


300 Principale St., Mansfield-et-Pontefract (Québec), Canada

Discover the rich heritage of Mansfield-et-Pontefract! Visit the George Bryson House, built in 1854 by a local lumber baron and valley pioneer. At 148.6 metres, the Félix Gabriel Marchand bridge, built in 1898, is Quebec’s longest covered bridge still accessible to cars. It was declared a historic monument in 1988. Be sure to visit Coulonge Falls Park with its impressive cataract flowing into a canyon, stop in at the PPJ Cyclopark, and enjoy a host of outdoor activities, including golf, cross-country skiing, rafting and kayaking.

Nearby attractions

60 m

Félix-Gabriel-Marchand Bridge

210 m

George Bryson Cultural House

850 m

BRETT (Natural Resting Point)

1.13 km

Camping du Pont Blanc

1.18 km

Aventure Hélianthe

1.24 km

Plage du Pont blanc

1.94 km

Auberge Spruceholme Inn

2.05 km

Café Downtown

2.14 km

Allée des manoirs

4.28 km

Chutes Coulonge Park

Blogs and routes


What’s on in the Outaouais in July


Route 148: Vanlife in the Pontiac


Fly down a zipline in the Outaouais


The Grand Chemins d’eau Expedition


Admire the fall colours in the Pontiac


For fans of adventure and glamping


An adventure-packed couple's weekend


Two days of nature and culture