Nihles Reach

A large narrow bay, from two to thirty miles wide, reaches into the eastwards into the continent. From the Bay of Carnarvon it stretches for over two hundred miles to the sand bank that is the mouth of Lake Nihles. Here freshwater meets salt and many fish feed on the great wealth of plankton and nutrients. Lake Nihles is nearly always fresh, fed by the Nihles River that drains a catchment of mountain ranges to the east and south. This area has a much milder climate than the rest of the Kingdom of Iron Claw. Warmer summers and winters with little snow support long cropping seasons. Combined with the vast resources of fish in the murky water of the Reach it is a naturally rich area that brings a wealth of food for the cities of Nihles and Van Olaf, and exports to many others.

 

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