Wolf's Peak

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  1.   1.  Description
  2.   2.  Landmarks
    1.   2.1  Digby Ridge
Credit dougtone@flickr


Region Seabreeze Brink
Territory Broken Occident
Major Waterways Bay of Fundy
Size ?? sq km / ?? sq mi


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1.  Description

The low and rolling hills of the southern mountains, part of South Mountain and its northerly counterpart North Mountain are swallowed in the lowlands. Along the coast mountains again rise from the earth, though here they are rounded, low-leaning peaks. An extremely large drumlin forms a menacing, long ridge of land named Wolf's Peak. The highest elevations of this mountain are thickly forested, mixed deciduous and coniferous forests consisting of American Elm and White Pine with a clear treeline providing the perimeter of Ethereal Eclipse. A number of berry species dominate the underbrush growth -- this peak in particular yields some of the most productive wild Bearberry growth in Nova Scotia.

The downward slopes include a few exceptionally dangerous sheer drops. A few rocky beaches below the ridge are dotted with tidal pools, shaped by the strong tides of the Bay of Fundy.

In the autumn of 2022, Wolf's Peak was destroyed in a series of tremors.

2.  Landmarks

2.1  Digby Ridge

Wolf's Peak's most elevated areas provide a spectacular overview of what is left of the Annapolis Basin and the Digby Gut after the area was decimated from a meteor impact offshore. The treeline abruptly ceases on this part of the area, leaving only a thin ridge of cleared land before the sloping land plunges southward into the basin formation. It is not an especially dangerous ridge of land -- a canine would probably survive a fall, unless unlucky enough to hit their head or strike a rock on the way down.

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