This is truly paradise, there is fruit which are edible for the herd throughout the year, so there isn't a big chance of starvation. About a mile away from the main meadow is a small orchid where apples grow, a delicious treat for any equine. There are also two small natural brooks which are dangerous to foals during the misty weather and during the winter months,So that area should be avoided at all times by unsupervised foals. Plenty of rainfall, thunderstorms, and sunshine during the spring and summer, while in the winter the land is completely covered in snow and bitterly cold. This land isn't like what it's name suggests, it is pretty dangerous and only the strongest members would survive the cold harsh winter months.
After passing through the cliff walls, you come to a welcoming open valley of rocky creeks and waterfalls. In the winter, the bare trees add a rugged feel to it. In the spring, the orchids and roses begin to bloom. In the summer the water and rocks are a beautiful contrast to the colorful flowers and wildlife. In the fall, the branches rid themselves of their golden leaves, dressing the water in a blanket of beauty. It is truly a glorious place for any equine to reside.