The touristic portrait of Brigham
Situated on the banks of the Yamaska River to the north of Cowansville and close to Bromont Brigham still stands today as an agricultural and tourist region where more than 2,400 people live.
Agrotourism characterizes the municipality. Three vineyards of the Brome-Missisquoi Wine Route have roots in Brigham. Vignoble La Mission, Domaine Vitis and Vignoble de la Bauge. To the vineyards are added sugar bushes, vegetable farms, a breeding of emus and a producer of garlic and several other businesses.
The Yamaska River plays a key role in the backdrop of Brigham. Two covered bridges, the Balthazar Bridge built in 1932 and the Decelles Bridge built in 1932, cross the Yamaska River and two of the four municipal parks, Claude-Piel and M. A. Fortin parks offer views of the river and the Yamaska Dam.
Whether by bike, horseback or car, we take the time to visit Brigham, we love to linger and come back!
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Discover Brigham by bike!
Road biking is certainly one of the best ways to discover the beauties of Brigham. Two bike routes are specially plan for you to discover the landscapes and local shops crisscross the roads of the municipality.