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Map of Frodo's Journey from Rivendell to Lothlorien from Lord of the Rings




Map of Journey through the Old Forest from Lord of the Rings

Map of Frodo's Journey from Rivendell to the Pass of Redhorn Gate, the Mines of Moria, and Lothlorien from the Lord of the Rings books by J.R.R. Tolkien.

Click on the image to see the full scale drawing.

Redrawn by Don Hitchcock from the original map by J.R.R. Tolkien.

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Map of Part of the Shire from Lord of the Rings





This is a version as a .pdf file, which should print well on any printer.

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Misty Mountains

The company travelled many miles with the Misty Mountains Range on their left, heading south from Rivendell.

Photo: Don Hitchcock
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Mount Caradhras

Mount Caradhras, over the lower slopes of which is the Pass of Redhorn Gate.

Photo: Don Hitchcock
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Redhorn Gate

The beginning of the Pass of Redhorn Gate. The company made good progress at first, but the weather started closing in, and the track became strewn with rocks.

Photo: Don Hitchcock
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Mount Celebdil on the left and Mount Fanuidhol on the right.

The mountains above the Mines of Moriah, Mount Celebdil on the left and Mount Fanuidhol on the right.

Photo: Don Hitchcock
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Khazad-dûm, the mines of Moriah.

Khazad-dûm, the mines of Moriah.

Photo: © Michael Hess




plains of rohan

The Plains of Rohan, far to the south.

Photo: © Michael Hess




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Coming down the eastern slopes of Ephel Dúath, the Mountains of Shadow, into Mordor.

Photo: © Michael Hess




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The small pools of the plains inside Mordor gave off a putrefied stench as the two travellers passed by.

Photo: © Michael Hess




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Mount Doom, the ultimate goal of Sam and Frodo.

Photo: © Michael Hess




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The lower slopes of Mount Doom.

Photo: © Michael Hess




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The end of many journeys, the Grey Havens, Mithlond.

Photo: © Michael Hess




References

  1. The Misty Mountains background image on the map is from Google Earth, a tilted aerial view of the mountains north of Queenstown, New Zealand.
  2. The Misty Mountains image is of mountains at Milford Sound, South Island, New Zealand. Photo Don Hitchcock 2013.
  3. Mount Caradhras is Aoraki, the Cloud Piercer, South Island, New Zealand. It is 12 316 ft high. Photo Don Hitchcock 2007.
  4. The Pass of Redhorn Gate is a ridge on the way to Angelus hut on the Travers Sabine Circuit in the South Island of New Zealand, strewn with frost shattered rock. The weather was closing in while I was climbing it, and visibility was down to fifty yards. Snow was not far away, and I made the hut just in time. Photo Don Hitchcock 2007.
  5. The mountains above the Mines of Moriah are two peaks seen from Rees Saddle, South Island, New Zealand. Photo Don Hitchcock 2007.
  6. Vellum Background: Deb Tremper, glassworkblue, Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0)
  7. http://morguefile.com/ is a good source of Public Domain images, as is Wikipedia.
  8. All other images (often altered) unless otherwise attributed are either Public Domain or have been photographed or drawn by Don Hitchcock.


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