Faris High Road
The Faris High Road cuts north-south through the heart of the Faris Hills, running roughly parallel with the Great River to the west. The road itself was built centuries ago, during an era of peace and prosperity, and still bears the hallmarks of the professional craftsmen who built it. It has since fallen into disrepair after years of war and neglect. Now the road is little more than a wilderness pathway, meandering through the Faris Hills in fitful spurts. Most woodsmen can make sense of the road’s confusing tangle of intersections and switchbacks, but less experienced travelers often have a tougher time of it.