The Ringló Vale was so named after the river Ringló, and cut deep into the White Mountains in Gondor. The river Ringló bordered the vale with the province of Lamedon.

The Ringló Vale was fairly populated,[citation needed]and in Ethring, a small town that forded the river Ringló, the road from Morthond Vale to Pelargir ran through it. Its forces came to Minas Tirith during the climax of the War of the Ring. Three hundred men on foot led by Dervorin, the son of their lord, were taken to Minas Tirith, while other forces went to the coast to defend it.

In The Return of the King, it is said that Dervorin is the son of the valley's unnamed lord.


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