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The '''Helcaraxë''' ([[Quenya|Q]] "grinding ice", pron. [[Noldorin|N]] {{IPA|[ˌhelkaˈrakse]}}, [[Vanyarin|V]] {{IPA|[ˌxelkaˈrakse]}}) was the perilous icy wastes that formerly lay between [[Aman]] and [[Middle-earth]] in the north of the world. [[Fingolfin]] and his people made their way into [[Middle-earth]] across the treacherous wastes of the Helcaraxë at the beginning of the [[First Age]].
 
The '''Helcaraxë''' ([[Quenya|Q]] "grinding ice", pron. [[Noldorin|N]] {{IPA|[ˌhelkaˈrakse]}}, [[Vanyarin|V]] {{IPA|[ˌxelkaˈrakse]}}) was the perilous icy wastes that formerly lay between [[Aman]] and [[Middle-earth]] in the north of the world. [[Fingolfin]] and his people made their way into [[Middle-earth]] across the treacherous wastes of the Helcaraxë at the beginning of the [[First Age]].
 
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Fingolfin Leads the Host Across the Helcaraxë by Ted Nasmith.

The Helcaraxë (Q "grinding ice", pron. N [ˌhelkaˈrakse], V [ˌxelkaˈrakse]) was the perilous icy wastes that formerly lay between Aman and Middle-earth in the north of the world. Fingolfin and his people made their way into Middle-earth across the treacherous wastes of the Helcaraxë at the beginning of the First Age.

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