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Red Mountains

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Dorne and the location of the Red Mountains
Dorne and the location of the Red Mountains
Red Mountains
Dorne and the location of the Red Mountains
The Stormlands and the location of the Red Mountains
The Stormlands and the location of the Red Mountains
Red Mountains
The Stormlands and the location of the Red Mountains[1]
The Reach and the location of the Red Mountains
The Reach and the location of the Red Mountains
Red Mountains
The Reach and the location of the Red Mountains

The Red Mountains[2] or red mountains[3] is a mountain range extending over much of southern Westeros. The mountain range divides Dorne in the south from the Stormlands and the Reach to the north.

Geography

Castles in the Dornish Red Mountains include Blackmont, High Hermitage, Kingsgrave, Skyreach, Starfall, Wyl, and Yronwood. The Dornish mountains also contain the ruins of the Tower of Joy and Vulture's Roost.[1] There are two principal passes through the mountains, the Prince's Pass, guarded by House Fowler, and the Boneway, guarded by House Yronwood. The river Wyl flows from the eastern mountains to the Sea of Dorne, while the Torentine flows from the western mountains to the Summer Sea. The Dornish who live in the Red Mountains are known as stony Dornishmen.

North and northeast of Dorne, the Red Mountains extend along the southern Stormlands to Cape Wrath, Griffin's Roost on Shipbreaker Bay, and almost to Storm's End.[1] This includes the southern Dornish Marches and the castles of the marcher lords, such as Blackhaven and Stonehelm.[1] The vicinity of Stonehelm is known as the Red Watch.[4]

Northwest of Dorne, the mountain range extends into the southern Reach. Horn Hill is located in the foothills[5] of the northwestern Red Mountains.[1]

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