Avabárg

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This page is about the Area and exterior location. For the remaining interior and halls of the fortress of Avabárg, see Avabárg (fortress)
Areas-icon.png Avabárg
Region: Vales of Anduin
Landmark(s): Avabárg (fortress)
Levels: Mainly 120
Resource tier: Ironfold (T12)
Avabárg.jpg

Location

Avabárg is the area comprising the rocky island in the River Anduin between the Woodsedge and Wolf-denes in the Vales of Anduin.

Once home and a fortress to the North-men who later became the Rohirrim, it is now abandoned and fallen into ruin.

Avabárg Locations

Locations found within the area of the Avabárg are listed below.

Settlements

See Category:Vales of Anduin Settlements for more settlements nearby.

Landmarks

See Category:Vales of Anduin Landmarks for more landmarks nearby.

Interiors

See Category:Vales of Anduin Interiors for more interiors nearby.

Instances

See Category:Vales of Anduin Instances for more instances located within the same region as Ered Mithrin.

Connected Locations

Areas:

Woodsedge
Wolf-denes

Avabárg Creatures

The following Creatures are found within the area:

Quests

Gallery

Maps

Anduin map.png Map of the Vales of Anduin


Settlements, Areas and Landmarks of Vales of Anduin
Areas: AvabárgBeorning-landsDuskenvaleGladden FieldsGladdenmereLaerladMeadhollowRhosgobelWolf-denesWoodsedge
Settlements: ArhaimBeorninghúsBlómgardHultvísVegbár
Landmarks: Beorning-lands: The CarrockThe Forest GateGálhyrstYlgraf

Duskenvale: BrafulugGlándirShathur-munzu
Gladden Fields: Beorning WatchpostGilvamyrGladden FallsLúlstrokSharkey's SloughSvínholgTol SendTûn MelenThe Warrens of Tûn Melen
Gladdenmere: Gladden FallsKidzul-kâlah
Laerlad: Côs BraenLinduin Falls
Meadhollow: Grimbeorn's Lodge
Rhosgobel: Radagast's CottageRhosgobel
Wolf-denes: Ainhard's HomesteadThe EyrieGoblin-gateGudule's HomesteadHodver's HomesteadThe Old FordSecret LairWaldfastThe Warg Clearing
Woodsedge: Den of the Hól-budlanFil SulmogHadhodiantMálvangThe Old FordThe Sorrow-wellTríubad

Interiors:
Instances: The Depths of Kidzul-kâlah