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[[File:The druadach mountains.jpg|thumb|The Druadach Mountains from Skyrim]]
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The '''Druadach Mountains''' is a mountain range located in [[The Reach]], on the western border of [[Skyrim]]. They encompass [[Markarth]] and [[Karthwasten]] and serve as a border between Skyrim, [[High Rock]], and [[Hammerfell]].  The larger mountains in the range begin at Markarth and head North to [[Haafingar]].
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The '''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a mountain range located in [[the Reach]], on the western border of [[Skyrim]]. They encompass [[Markarth]] and [[Karthwasten]] and serve as a border between Skyrim, [[High Rock]], and [[Hammerfell]].  The larger mountains in the range begin at Markarth and head North to [[Haafingar]].
   
 
The mountain range was evidently forged out by the [[Karth River]], which lies to the east. Marked locations in the mountains include:
 
The mountain range was evidently forged out by the [[Karth River]], which lies to the east. Marked locations in the mountains include:
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The Druadach Mountains is a mountain range located in the Reach, on the western border of Skyrim. They encompass Markarth and Karthwasten and serve as a border between Skyrim, High Rock, and Hammerfell.  The larger mountains in the range begin at Markarth and head North to Haafingar.

The mountain range was evidently forged out by the Karth River, which lies to the east. Marked locations in the mountains include:

While there are other mountains on the other side of the Karth River, they are not considered part of the Druadach Mountains; they may be considered part of what is known as the Sundered Hills.

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