The commune of Reposoir is located in one of the most picturesque parts of Haute-Savoie in the French Alps, on the border with Switzerland and Italy. The valley is surrounded by a slender mountain range, dominated by the highest peak of the Aravis massif with an elegant appearance called "Pointe Percée" (2752m) This village enjoys a climate that brings renewal and rest thanks with the spruce trees that surround it.
It is also on the route of the Grandes Alpes route, and thanks to this, it often hosts the famous Tour de France. Despite the development of tourism, it remains a place of oasis, peace and freshness. The Ministry of the Environment was not mistaken in choosing in 1987 the Massif du Bargy (direction of the Col de la Colombière) as the site for the resettlement of the bearded vulture (a known vulture bone breaker, lost in the Alps in the early 20th century.