The Nest cabin supported by the trees, woven with branches from neighbouring trees, curved, peaking at 6m high, merges and becomes one with the spruces.
Once you have found the entrance and you have crossed the threshold, the four large, semi-circular windows will reveal the roof of Europe to you, reaching to 4810m and wearing its white coat.
Branches, here and there, the spruce trunk crossing the cabin between the bed and the eating area, will remind you that you are indeed in a birds' nest hanging on the treetops.
You can enjoy the cozy and warm interior on those long winter evenings thanks to the wood pellet stove which gently and evenly heats the cabin.
The skylight above your head is a direct access to a private 30m² terraced perched 10m up. From there too you can admire the view of the Mont Blanc mountain. You can also glimpse the charming little mountain hamlet of Chaucisse which has managed to preserve its little church and typical Savoy farms over the years.