The only town of any size in the Éire Lowlands, located along the northern cliffs almost near the end of the Butte. Most trade in the region happens here, although it’s limited to those that can’t as easily travel to the central region of Breland.
It is also the only town in the region with a port, as there is an opening in the cliffs large enough for a cart to get down to the water. Little trade comes through via the port, however, due to the poor mooring conditions and limited road access. The town’s name means “opening” in the local dialect, in honor of this road to the sea. However, due to the carved and craggy nature, the road is often referred to colloquially as “The Crack.”