Sidrat Foothills

The Sidrat Foothills sprawl at the southern end of the Klone Ranges. On the windward side of the Ranges and receiving high annual rainfall, they are blanketed in lush forests and dominated by massive everblues that support a range of wildlife. Most notable among the native fauna are the tree-loving rucnarts.

A notable feature of the Sidrat is the Lisab Canyon, which, over time, has been cut into the landscape by the Sidrat River. Although the river runs all the way from the southern end of the Ranges to the Tsuaf Sea, the Canyon is only a fraction of that length, at 362 kilometers long.

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