The River Arkhen rested in a deep gorge that cut through the Arkhen Vale. It was fed by the Arkhen Falls, which emerged from Mount Thalagbror, in the Thunder Peaks, and continued southeast between the Marching Mountains and the Arch Wood forest.
The original Arkhen Bridge, a stonework crossing which allowed travel over the River Arkhen, was originally erected around 1100 DR by a dwarven engineer by the name of Naiden Stonewright. In 1293 DR, a massive flood of the river destroyed all but its stone casements and the buttresses, which had been magically enchanted. A wooden bridge was built in its place, upon the foundation set in by the dwarf almost two centuries before.
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Daggerdale • Featherdale • High Dale • Mistledale • Shadowdale
Moondale • Sessrendale • Tarkhaldale • Teshendale
Arch Wood • Cormanthor • Darkwatch • Spiderhaunt Wood • Velarswood • Yevenwood
Bodies of Water
River Arkhen • River Ashaba • Feather Falls • Dragon Reach • Lake Eredruie • Glaemril
Dun Hills • Thunder Peaks • Wyvernfang
Barrowfields • Cold Field • Druid's Grove • Glaun Bog • Hidden Vale • The Scar