3 edition of Standard encyclopedia of the world"s mountains. found in the catalog.
Standard encyclopedia of the world"s mountains.
Anthony Julian Huxley
|LC Classifications||GB501 .H8 1962a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||383|
|LC Control Number||62052638|
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The Fellowship of the Ring tried to cross the Redhorn Pass after rejecting the High Pass leading to Wilderland as being watched by the Enemy, and the Gap of Rohan as taking the Fellowship too close to Isengardbut a blizzard forced the companions to go under the Misty Mountains instead of over them.
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