Natural Wonders of Eurth

Site Image Location Description
Jokultitbjarg Jokultitbjarg  Dolchland Rising in the centre of Dolchland's Apf Kadirn mountain range, Jokultitbjarg is the tallest mountain in the empire, with a height of some 29,030 feet about sea level. It is permanently covered in layers of ice and snow at the top, with few venturing up atop it.
Kemper Stones Kemper Stones  Dolchland An outcropping of stones in the south of Dolchland with a long history, as it is commonly believed that the first of the Dolchlander camped around them when they originally arrived. Paintings upon them and archaeological evidence also shows that lesser peoples also spent time around them dating back to at least around M20 B.T.E. These rocks are also interesting, as they appear to be deeply embedded into the hill and surrounding areas where they are found.
Ettiny Pass Ettiny Pass  Dolchland One of the most treacherous routes into the Kingdom of Dolchland, the Ettiny Pass is unique as due to its shape and geography, it has been filled with thick fog constantly for all of recorded history. Largely considered too dangerous for armies to march through due to the risk of avalanches and ambushes, it has only ever seen small scale settlement and travel through it by those very familiar with its characteristics.
Mt Gwyrddfa Mt Gwyrddfa  PyeMcGowan Mt Gwyrddfa is PyeMcGowan’s tallest mountain, standing at 4,810 meters. It is located in the Eryr National Park, home to the PyeMcGowian Eagle, and PyeMcGowan’s largest national park. The Mountain was first climbed by Sir William Mabdyfed.
Phkarlan Falls Tekatvosk Falls  Batengdei Phkarlan Falls is the waterfall headwaters of the Buteng River. It is geographically important as the heart of the mighty river, which is a crucial part of the inner region of Batengdei. It also has important traditions surrounding it, elevating the location to near-mythical standings with many religious groups in Batengdei.
Mount Silesto Mount Silesto Lava  Orioni Mount Silesto is an active volcano in the northeast of Orioni. It last erupted in February 2016.[1] The mountain is part of Amilaki Wildlife Reserve, was created in conjunction with the establishment of the Entente of Oriental States.