The Company came at last out of the ravine, as suddenly as it they had issued from a crack in a wall; and there lay the uplands of a great vale before them, and the stream beside them went down with a cold voice over many falls.
Frodo now led the way, northward as near as he could guess, among the stones and boulders lying thick at the bottom of the great ravine.
They had climbed up a narrow shelving ravine, but they still had a long way to go before they could even come in sight of the last craggy ridge.
In the end they were forced to go back down the ravine that they had climbed and seek for a way along the valley.
They did not know the time, nor how long they had slept; but after a morsel of food and a sip of water they went on up the ravine, until it ended in a sharp slope of screes and sliding stones.
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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