Carrock Vale

The Carrock Vale extended from the confluence of the

Sirros and the Anduin in the north to the Old Ford (S." Athrad Iaur", or "Iach Iaur") in the south. Nearly eighty miles in length, it was a partic ularly rocky area containing very little arable land, at least down by the river. Here the Anduin contained thousands of small rock outcroppings, the largest of which formed the ten-mile long Isle of Bears and the huge stone at Carrock Ford (S. "Athrad Gynd", or "Iach Gynd"). Travel on this pa rt of the Great River could be exceedingly hazardous.

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