West Montrose Covered Bridge (Kissing Bridge), Waterloo

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  • It is especially charming as horse and buggy traverse. ....and they do often. The seasons pass with equal delight .The snow and spectacularly formed ice formations give way to the new growth and winge...  more »
  • Glad to have the bridge to see considering the age. Well kept and used by regular traffic, sight seeing, great for pictures and sitting nearby at the rivers edge. Very relaxing area. 
  • Great historic covered bridge over the Grand River. Nice scenery, easy access. Lovely spot for a romantic kiss. 
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  • 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.