The pack can be found housed in a dense and remote parts of the wilderness. Beyond the clearing and immediate area of the pack, the wolves are surrounded by monstrous and unforgiving mountains. There is a mountain pass that allows wolves and wildlife to make safe passage. The soft call of roaring waters can be heard well before one reaches them, and the sweet smell of rare flowers welcome you during spring.
Many traveling wolves would find themselves in a peaceful solace as they found their paws to march alongside the river and creek that would eventually bring them into the heart of the packs hunting grounds. From there you would head south to the clearing.
The Hunting Grounds
The hunting grounds are the perfect spot for migrating herds of Bison, Elk and Moose to have a good place to rest their wary bodies and fill a hungry belly.
The hunting grounds is plentiful with game and always provides at least some sort of medium or large game throughout the year. Settled to the north is a large hill that crests a shadow along the hunting grounds, and a top hanging over a ledge would be a beautiful tree. Kovo’s burial place and a natural look out to the valley below provided a wolf a serene experience to the hunting grounds themselves.
During the spring time the clearing erupts with life. The Chumani (Tear Drop) creek slithers along the clearing’s outer edge, providing fresh mountain water into the area. The water glimmers with a sweet invitation for a wolf to enjoy a relaxing drink.
The Clearing’s expanse is well known to harbor quiet a lot of wolves, for it’s the common resting place for most of the pack. Situated in the center of the clearing is a large half broken boulder that jets out of the landscape. A place for meetings to held and ceremonies to be preformed. Most new wolves will find themselves amongst the clearing when they first come upon the territory.
The Lake Of Solace
North east of the clearing through a thick canopy of trees you will find yourself along a path that carries you towards the a very large lake. It brings solace and calm to any wolf and offers a great refreshing dip if one wishes a calm, still water. It is widely whispered that this is a grand place to watch the sunset and northern lights.
The Forests Of WolfSpirits
The forest holds a great mystery and all wolves can sense this when they arrive into the territory. The surrounding timber pines hold a great many things, whether that’s secrets, knowledge hidden or lost, and new adventures to be discovered within. The sun would shine in the lest dense canopy while other places seemed choked by the woods. The thick woods do, however, provide pristine shelter and greener grasses throughout the year. These woods hold something special. One might even make the connection to their very birth roots.
Perhaps your next den site will be found in these beautiful, humbling woods.
The Rocky Crags Of Rogha
If a wolf dares to venture to new heights, the rocky crags of Rogha mountains would prove to be a formidable challenge. However, it should be warned to all who try this trek that it is not for the faint of heart. During the winter sometimes this is the only path in and out of the territory and it is not forgiving. The pack’s journey to this territory at one point, brought them through this harsh environment and there where few who where lost along the way. Do you dare to adventure here?
The Hidden Falls
The roaring sound of water cascading down ancient and old rocks resounds in the far distance. The closer you get, the cooler the air becomes. Rainbows in the distance mark the arrival to a sacred and humble place.
Many wolves come to the falls for sanctuary and peace. It offers solace and a tranquil place for one to loose one’s self willingly.
The Ancestors Dance
The WolfSpirits territory is well known for its location and the beautiful sights therein. It is prime land that not many get to experience, if ever in their lifetime.
One of the most beautiful, and possibly arguably, the best scenic wonder to see in the lands is the constant Northern Lights that shine and dance across the night sky. During winter, the colors of blue, green, red and purple reflect off the untouched snow and cast such a brilliance not seen or witnessed by many anywhere else.
It is said by lore and passing of elder wolves that our ancestors like to remind us now and again that they’re ever watchful and to remember to look up and admire the sky and stars beyond.
The Sweet Valley
This valley is known for its sweet aroma during the spring and summer times as it is a haven for a wide variety of vegetation and wild flowers. This is also a favorite spot for wildlife. During the late end of summer, early fall one could find a great number of herds and grazing animals. As evidence by the bones scattered about and picked clean by all carnivores who made a quick meal.
This is also one of the more favorable spots for pups to play and romp around.
The Northern Valley
The northern valley is as far north until one reaches the pack’s great crossing to go beyond the territory itself. It houses a lavished valley full of beautiful wild flowers that offer a sweet scent throughout the spring and summer seasons.
During the winter the mountains behind are snow caped and beautiful. A solo tree sits at the top of a knoll, overlooking the valley’s below. It provides a nice quiet sanctuary.