A mile further on they came to a narrow ravine that led away northwards through the steep lands on the left of the Road.
It opened on to the gar dens and looked south across the ravine of the Bruinen.
Before the travellers lay a wide ravine, with great rocky sides to which clung, upon shelves and in narrow crevices, a few thrawn trees.
The narrow path now wound under a sheer wall of cliffs to the left, above which the grim flanks of Caradhras towered up invisible in the gloom; on the right was a gulf of darkness where the land fell suddenly into a deep ravine.
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The car plunged into a 15-foot ravine.
afraid that if we climbed into the ravine, we might never get out