This chain is one of the harshest regions known to the continent. The northern Malus mountains commonly get 30 inches of snow every month during the winter storms while some areas may get twice that. Icy winds continually whip the dusty snow about the peaks. Only the hardiest of life forms can survive on the slopes and on the peaks. The southern Malus Mountains merge with the Ice Rock mountains which are much more hospitable and support more life.
This website was last updated January 6, 2018. Copyright 1990-2018 David M. Roomes.