• Mountains, hills, and landforms A long mountain range in eastern North America running from northern Canada down to mid-Alabama in the southern United States. Read More
• Mountains, hills, and landforms When on the run from Death Eaters, some of the many places that Harry, Hermione, and Ron camp out are “the shadowy crevices of cliffs” (DH15). Read More
• Mountains, hills, and landforms The Cotswolds is anĀ area in south-centralĀ England famous for beautiful rolling hills. Trolls have made homes here in the past – we know that troll specialist Gondoline Oliphant was clubbed to death by trolls in the Cotswolds while she was sketching in 1799 (FW). Read More
• Mountains, hills, and landforms When on the run from Death Eaters, one of the many places that Harry, Hermione, and Ron camp out is “a sheltered and pebbly cove” (DH15). Read More
• Mountains, hills, and landforms Mount Greylock is a mountain in western Massachusetts in the U.S. whose highest peak is where Ilvermony School of Witchcraft and Wizardry stands. It is also where the Steward family lived in the 1600s (Pm). Read More
• Mountains, hills, and landforms Located outside Ottery St. Catchpole, this is a nondescript hill with a few pieces of trash littered around it. It is where Harry, Hermione, and the Weasleys met up with Amos and Cedric Diggory and caught a Portkey – an old boot – to the Quidditch World Cup (GF6). Read More
• Mountains, hills, and landforms Where Severus Snape met with Dumbledore to warn him that Voldemort was going to attack the Potter family because of the partial prophecy he overheard at the Hogshead (DH33). Read More