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Le Shack: A choice location steeped in the history
of Tremblant Resort

Our history

One of the most popular restaurants in Tremblant’s pedestrian village, Le Shack stands on the original site of the Chalet des Voyageurs, built by the legendary Joe Ryan in 1939 at the foot of the south side of Mont Tremblant.

Philadelphia-born Joe Ryan was an eccentric millionaire and a visionary. With encouragement from his wife Mary and a parish priest, Father Deslauriers, Ryan founded the second ski resort in North America: Mont Tremblant Resort.

During the 1940s and 50s, the Chalet des Voyageurs was the preferred meeting place of skiers, who’d congregate after a day on the slopes to swap stories with friends. With its warm and cozy atmosphere, Le Shack carries on this tradition of offering the best après-ski in Tremblant.

The “Shack” – so named for the Quebec “sugar shack” in tribute to the longstanding tradition of shacks erected for the spring maple syrup season – recreates the spirit of good times with good friends.

To honour Joe Ryan and perpetuate the tradition of the sugar shack, the folks at Resto-Bar Le Shack welcome you for your après-ski gatherings at the foot of Mont Tremblant.



With its unique décor, prime location at the heart of the action, lively terrace overlooking Place St-Bernard and a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere, Resto-Bar Le Shack is the best place to meet up with friends or enjoy a meal with the family. More than just a family restaurant, Le Shack is a social landmark in Tremblant’s pedestrian village.

Summer is the time to hang out on the large terrace, catching some sun and the many concerts on Place St-Bernard. In the winter, start the day right with our breakfast buffet or with waffles and omelettes made to order by our dining room chef.

Sportsfans meet at Resto-Bar Le Shack to catch the latest sporting events on the giant screens. The cheerful atmosphere makes Le Shack a satisfying place to end a busy day with the family or with friends.

Le Shack winter snow
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