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Dimrill Stair

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The '''Dimrill Stair''' was the name given to the southeastern part of the [[Redhorn Pass]], leading down into [[Dimrill Dale]]. It was named the Dimrill Stair because of the sequence of waterfalls that led down into the lake of [[Mirrormere]].
 
The '''Dimrill Stair''' was the name given to the southeastern part of the [[Redhorn Pass]], leading down into [[Dimrill Dale]]. It was named the Dimrill Stair because of the sequence of waterfalls that led down into the lake of [[Mirrormere]].
  
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[[fi:Hämypuron Porras]]
 
[[fi:Hämypuron Porras]]

Revision as of 18:20, 31 August 2010

The Dimrill Stair was the name given to the southeastern part of the Redhorn Pass, leading down into Dimrill Dale. It was named the Dimrill Stair because of the sequence of waterfalls that led down into the lake of Mirrormere.