Even those with the keenest eyesight will find it difficult to navigate through the thick fog tangled vines and jagged rocks on this island. It's said that the howls echoing through these woods are the cries of lost Vikings ...or could it be the sound of a Rumblehorn!
The Woods that Howled is a lush green cove in the middle of a ring of rocky cliffs. It is densely populated with pine trees, ferns, grass, and vines. Little sunlight passes through the dense foliage. It is also said to be foggy, according to Rise of Berk. There are several towering columns of rocks, also covered with greenery, in the cove. It features a green lake too. On one piece of land, there are several stone Viking monuments as well. Further inland, one can follow a trail of dusty, beige sand with rock arches. This path will eventually lead to a complex network of caves and tunnels underground.