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Misty Mountains

Fictional area from J. R. R. Tolkiens universe, Middle-earth.

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The Misty Mountains (also known by its Sindarin name of Hithaeglir (misspelled as Hithaiglin on the original Lord of the Rings map), and as the Mountains of Mist) is a long mountain range, running north to south, between Eriador and Anduin, or from Carn Dûm[?] in the far north, to Methedras[?] in the south. Its most important peaks are Caradhras[?], Carn Dûm, Celebdil[?], Fanuidhol[?] and Methedras. Its most important passes are The Gap of Rohan[?], The High Pass[?] and The Redhorn Pass[?]. Under the Misty Mountains are the dwarf realm of Moria, and the Orc mines in which Bilbo Baggins stumbles across the One Ring.

Led Zeppelin recorded a song, Misty Mountain Hop, which seems to have borrowed the name but little else from Tolkien.

Robert Jordan's fantasy series The Wheel of Time also features a mountain range called the Mountains of Mist.

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