The Walk to Rivendell : Rauros / Breaking of the fellowship

389/622.4 3 Reach the lawn of Parth Galen below Amon Hen. “Rauros was roaring with a great voice.” Camp there.
Feb. 26 – Day 11 – Breaking of the Fellowship
Bonus Miles
/627.58km
x Frodo: Wandering aimlessly at first in the wood. Towards the slopes of the hill. Argue with Boromir. To the summit of Amon Hen. Back down the Hill.
Reached: 2019-Nov-02

The Fellowship continues down the River Anduin, reaching the Falls of Rauros (622.4km), the great falls of the River Anduin at which the river fell from the Nen Hithoel into the wetland of Nindalf.

❝ The tenth day of their journey was over. Wilderland was behind them. They could go no further without choice between the east-way and the west. The last stage of the Quest was before them. ❞
— J. R. R. Tolkien – The Fellowship of the Ring
Book II, Chapter 10, The Breaking of the Fellowship

❝ So Frodo and Sam set off on the last stage of the Quest together. Frodo paddled away from the shore, and the River bore them swiftly away, down the western arm, and past the frowning cliffs of Tol Brandir. The roar of the great falls drew nearer. Even with such help as Sam could give, it was hard work to pass across the current at the southward end of the island and drive the boat eastward towards the far shore.
At length they came to land again upon the southern slopes of Amon Lhaw. There they found a shelving shore, and they drew the boat out, high above the water, and hid it as well as they could behind a great boulder. Then shouldering their burdens, they set off, seeking a path that would bring them over the grey hills of the Emyn Muil, and down into the Land of Shadow. ❞
— J. R. R. Tolkien – The Fellowship of the Ring
Book II, Chapter 10, The Breaking of the Fellowship

From Rauros we join the Journey of Frodo and Sam to Mt Doom (470 Miles / 752 Km).

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