West Montrose Covered Bridge (Kissing Bridge), Waterloo
(4.4/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • When there's only one left in a province, it becomes something to see just for that. There is decent signage once you're closer to the West Montrose area. For anybody who has seen or read "The Bridges...  more »
  • It is the longest covered bridge in Canada, in the Mennonite country you you pass more than one hundred years back in history. Great nature and views. 
  • The bridge and area on their own are stunning, but if your into photography, stop by in early fall or mid spring for beautiful foliage. Great stroll through the countryside, hard to believe big cities...  more »
Google
  • A neat little site to visit as a detour on the way to another destination. You really don't need more than 10 minutes here. The bridge is pretty and offers a nice opportunity for a few photos. It's cool if you happen to be there when a Mennonite cart is crossing the bridge. The clip clop of horses hooves will make you feel as though you have stepped back in time. Watch for traffic if crossing on foot or bike. Stop in at the little general store, run by local Mennonites. The fresh baked goods are excellent. We're big fans of the sugar cookies!
  • The surrounding residential area looks just beautiful. But the bridge itself is far from anything extraordinary in terms of architecture or materials used... Whatever its historical importance.
  • A local heritage landmark. Known as the Kissing Bridge, it was a place where the buggy might stop for a few moments on the way home from a social event.
  • Great local landmark, perfect for wedding photos. The land owners around the bridge are pretty particular about paying them to use the space - but it costs nothing to take pictures.
  • Beautiful and romantic place. It has the flair of older times.