A spur of rock stood along the eastern side of the mouth of the Deeping-coomb.Three miles long and fifty-three hundred feet high, this rise of peculiar bluish rock was crowned by a pair of buttes known as the Gaestende (R."Ghost-end";"Methed-en-Goeath").A low pass (4,206' ) cutted between the Gaestende and the main mountain massif, forming a grassy shortcut for travellers between the two vales.Locals called it the Juggler´s close.


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