Plan Your Stay!
Welcome to Spahaus, a luxury private chalet that promises a relaxing and rejuvenating experience. We are so excited to host you. Here’s your ultimate guidebook to help you plan your stay!
Don’t want to cook? Check out some of the local restaurants in the area!
Le Bistro Loche
Le Bistro Loche is a local restaurant, just a seven-minute walk away from Spahaus, offering a breathtaking view of the lake. Enjoy a good meal with family and friends!
Address: 2212 Chem. du Lac Supérieur, Lac-Supérieur, Quebec J0T 1P0
Le Rustique Bar et Restaurant
Le Rustique Bar et Restaurant is just a 15 minute way away from Spahaus, offering reinvented cuisine from local and seasonal products.
Address: 1993, chemin du Lac-Supérieur,
Lac Supérieur, Québec J0T 1P0
At Spahaus, you can relax and enjoy the exclusive amenities such as the Jacuzzi, barrel sauna, and BBQ.
Club de la Pointe
With your reservation at Spahaus, you have access to the Club de la Pointe on the shore of Lake Supérieur. A wide variety of spaces and activities await you:
- Yoga classes.
- Swimming pool.
- Tennis court.
- Space for children.
- Corporate Center.
- Camp fire area.
- Bocce Ball.
- Kayak, pedal boat, canoe, paddle board rentals
Mont-Tremblant National Parc
The Mont-Tremblant National Park is a vast wilderness of 1510 km² with six great rivers and 400 lakes and streams. It offers various activities for nature lovers, such as hiking trails, canoeing, and the Via ferrata du Diable, an intermediate activity between hiking and climbing. The park is open year-round and has something for everyone.
The Grande Boucle Trail runs right through Lac-Supérieur, providing access to hundreds of kilometers of mapped trails, including UQAM’s Inter-Centre trails and the Mont-Tremblant National Park network, directly from the North side of the mountain at Fraternité-sur-Lac.
The Grande Boucle Trail
UQAM’s Inter-Centre Trails
This center was acquired in 1976 by the sports center of the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM), on the initiative of some professors. It was developed voluntarily by students of the University and other members of the sports center. In the northern part, there are four trails, the main of which, La Grise, leads to the summit of the Montagne Grise. It is possible to continue beyond the mountain to the Le Nordet refuge. In the southern part, you can admire the Archambault waterfall. Two loops crisscross this sector, as well as a nature interpretation trail that allows you to discover the natural particularities of the region.