Érablière du Cap inc.

Lévis • Lévis
Maple taffy on snow
L'Érablière en hiver
Sève d'érable
Salle à manger
Sirop d'érable
Tire sur la neige
Boutique de produits d'érable
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Érablière du Cap inc.

Contact details

1925, road Lambert
Lévis Québec, G7A 2N4
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418 831-8647


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In a few words

We are happy to welcome you to our home!
Our magnificent family sugar bush taps just over 4,000 maple trees each year. We offer guided tours of the maple grove (see schedule), tasting of maple products as well as a maple products shop.

Daily sugar shack meal, by reservation.

Guided tour, tasting of maple products, à la carte menu and taffy on snow. Mandatory reservation.

Pleased to welcome you!

The Tardif Family

For Real!

Jean-Paul Tardif, Érablière du Cap inc.

Schedule and prices


Variable schedule. Please see our website for specific details:


Guided tour, tasting of maple products and souvenir tasting glass:
Adult: $14.00+tx
Child 6 to 15 years old: $10.00+tx

A la carte menu

For details and/or to make a reservation:

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Foody Nature - Rencontres inspirantes - En vedette Family Outing: Sugar Time at Érablière du Cap

For as long as I can remember, our annual visit to the sugar shack marks for me the arrival of the best weather of the year. It seems like all of our senses are being invited out of winter to celebrate nature coming back to life! The scent of wood fires and comforting dishes, the dazzling sun which reflects on the snow to gild our faces in search of light, the sound of the accordion, spoons or traditional music which bewitches our sleeping bodies and obviously the exquisite sweetness of our liquid gold that delights the palate!

Arrêts Gourmands

Gourmet stops

Arrêts Gourmands The know-how of our gourmet stops - Érablière du Cap: The syrup in the blood

The members of the Tardif family can boast of having a direct lineage with one of the pioneers of maple syrup in Quebec. Indeed, their ancestor, Olivier LeTardif, would have been mandated by none other than Samuel de Champlain to establish contact with the Amerindians. It was these latter who passed on their knowledge of harvesting and processing maple water to him.