In time, the northern path begins to darken, the grasses shriveling and giving way to dust and rock. Small crags and spikes soon turn into full-fledged boulders and cliffs, and the road begins to slant upwards.
Up ahead, the path narrows and becomes quite rocky, only big enough for single-file wagon travel. The rockiness of the road limits your speed, and the horses don't seem to particularly like it either, their webbed feet more designed for soft sand than hard rock.
What few trees and sparse vegetation you see is probably the last for a good while, and the temperature is still tolerable...
|Please decide who will be in which wagon, who will drive it, and so forth. |
You can take 10 when simply traveling, but if(when) the going gets rough, make sure you include any relevant Handle Animal/Ride/etc checks in your posts/actions.