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==In the books==
 
==In the books==
In ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'', the Skirling Pass is named for the keening sound the wind makes as it blows through it. The pass has been a travelling and trading route for millennia. An ancient stone archway is located at the top of the pass. A large glacier and a frozen lake are located at either side of a hidden valley near the top of the pass, where Mance Rayder's army made camp.
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In the ''[[A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' novels, the Skirling Pass is named for the keening sound the wind makes as it blows through it. The pass has been a travelling and trading route for millennia. An ancient stone archway is located at the top of the pass. A large glacier and a frozen lake are located at either side of a hidden valley near the top of the pass, where Mance Rayder's army made camp.
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 14:31, January 9, 2013

Skirling Pass

A map showing the location of Skirling Pass on the continent of Westeros.

Wilding's Camp 2x10

Mance Rayder's camp in the Skirling Pass.

The Skirling Pass is a major passage through the Frostfangs, located north and west of the Wall. The pass links the Frozen Shore to the Haunted Forest, both territories held by the wildlings.

History

Season 2

Qhorin Halfhand takes a scouting party into the Skirling Pass to attack the lookouts posted there by Mance Rayder.[1] Ygritte later shows Jon Snow Mance's massive camp, located in the pass.[2]

In the books

In the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, the Skirling Pass is named for the keening sound the wind makes as it blows through it. The pass has been a travelling and trading route for millennia. An ancient stone archway is located at the top of the pass. A large glacier and a frozen lake are located at either side of a hidden valley near the top of the pass, where Mance Rayder's army made camp.

See also

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