notre-dame-des-pins covered bridge
Built in 1929 with a length of 505 feet, it is the longest covered bridge in Quebec.
(The bridge is closed for traffic but an alternative path allows you to cross the river and gives a beautiful viewpoint to admire the covered bridge.)
sainte-marie multifunctional bridge
At 678 feet in length, it is the longest in North America. Its cable-stayed construction crosses the Chaudière River.
This bridge is a safe route and allows snowmobilers to access both sides of the Chaudière river.
The deer yard of Saint-Georges is on the Trans-Quebec Trail # 75, the one of Saint-Gédéon on trail # 580 and the one of Armstrong/Saint-Théophile on trails #75 et #25 near the border that leads to Jackman in Maine.
The view at the top of the observation tower at a height of 3,000 feet is spectacular. On a clear day, you can even see the mountains up to Maine, including Mount Katahdin. On trail 549.