Gogal Pass offered a viable land route through Al-Yabki Mountains, connecting two of the Pearl Cities of ZakharaGana in the west and Jumlat in the east.[1]


The pass cut through the southern third of the mountain range for 30 miles (48 km), opening in the west to a splendid view of Al-Sabiya River in the distance. The ruins of the fortress of Krak al-Shidda were nestled into the cliffs near the western entrance of the pass.[1]

Notable LocationsEdit

  • Krak al-Shidda



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Steve Kurtz (1994). Cities of Bone (Cardsheets). (TSR, Inc). ISBN 1-56076-847.