This island is home to the La Cabane des Robinson (Swiss Family Treehouse). In this island, the attraction was given a more detailed environment. For example, under the tree, guests can explore Le Ventre de la Terre (The Earth's Belly), a network of dark caves filled with roots from the tree above, which the Swiss Family uses a cellar. Also, in La Mer des Bretteurs (The Swordmen Sea), nearby lies the wrecked ship the castaways originally used.
In this part, French is used as the main language. An elevated wooden bridge and another floating one link this island to the Southern one.
This island has a more rocky landscape, featuring Captain Hook's Pirate Ship moored near Skull Rock. A small playground area lies near the ship, called La Plage des Pirates (Pirates Beach).
A huge mountain, known as Spyglass Hill, stands on this part, and is mainly composed of mazes and caves. A treasure is hidden inside the mountain. Some caves refer to the 1950 Disney film Treasure Island (one is called Ben Gunn's Cave).
The main language in this island is English.
In order to create a realistic Spyglass Hill, Imagineers went searching for actual rocks in storehouses around France and bought them, much to the owner's surprise.