Sitting, 11m high, in a 160yo old sessile oak tree, la cabane de la Charbonnière is easily accessible thanks to the double pathway, 7 and 18m high.
It is set in a charbonnière, an area built in the 17th century for wood charcoal used in the steel industry in the nearby Forges des Salles village.
To reach your tree house, you will go through the American oak tree forest to find a very old pathway, the same one used by charcoal men, bordered by beech, chestnut, and oak trees. You will then get to the charbonnière, a sort of terrace used by charcoal men.
- Number of rooms : 4
- Number of bedrooms : 2
- Water : water reserve
- Electricity :
- Height : 11m
- Access : bridge