Since 1972, the Gallant family has been welcoming guests to their magical inn on the slopes of Mount Rigaud; since their beginnings, they have dreamed of opening a sugar shack on the property. The dream finally came true after the ice storm of 1998, when the family used the fallen trees to build an enchanting pavilion at the centre of an ancient maple grove. In the years following, the sugar shack has become a regular stop for hikers and skiers looking for rest, a good meal, and maple products.
Whether you come as a family, with friends, or with a large group, the Gallant chef has a traditional sugar shack meal waiting.
To mark the 20th anniversary of Sucrerie des Gallant, the hosts offer a weekday lunch or dinner at a price of $ 20 per person. To book online, click here.
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