Avalanche Ring Wall News:  This 460'+ tall wall now has eight waterfall spouts, feeding the tributaries which become all Inisfreean canals.
Avalanche Ring Wall
The Avalanche Ring Wall

This construct is the titanic halo of the FOB's main mountain.  Encircling near the mountain's summit, and with clusters of pinnacles hidden amidst the towering Redwoods and Sequoias around this ring, the Avalanche Ring Wall is the uniform precipice that regulates all water runoff from the Snow Dunes crown of the mountain.

Crown of the Slope:
The generally conical main mountain of Inisfree is a radial, usually-gradual slope, with the exception of the cliff dweller neighborhoods, and the much lower and snaking ridge-lines nearer the Perimeter Wall.  The Avalanche Ring Wall is the tier of the FOB's main mountain which signals the upcoming slope gradient change several more stories above it.  Only beneath the altitude of the Avalanche Ring Wall can the wide variety of Inisfreean waterfalls be found.

As Above, Not Below:
Vegetation extends somewhat up above the Avalanche Ring Wall, but the waterfalls do not.  To enjoy your waterfall-showers, find them arching out from the Halo-esque spickets atop the high edge of this sheer construct.

Also only located below this lengthy wall are the slope-situated restaurants, gyms, and glamping sites, placed there to catch the slightly warmer, flower-scented mountain breezes rushing up from the base to enter and fill the windows and doors of these establishments, contributing to a far greater and more breath-taking (and -restoring) meal and workout experience.

This wall completely encircles the Snowdunes area; the circular plateau which is the summit of Inisfree's central and largest mountain.  At any point along the base, this wall is nearly 400 feet tall.

Inisfree's Smells are the Ideal Smells:

Most people smell more than they realize, not enjoying the taste of their favorite foods when they cannot smell them when they taste them, and smell is known to be one of the most powerful memory triggers, if not the most. Accordingly, we have worked to ensure that things throughout Inisfree smell as they should, but also that they are timeless smells triggering not only our current lifetimes' memories, but our cellular or genetic memories; when you are outdoors in Inisfree, and when you are around any Inisfreean landscaping, you will smell plants which have been compatible with and very health increasing for humans for more than a million years; smells which are ingrained in our genetic makeup, which always relax and make us smile, and which, thereby, help eliminate our stress, cleansing our systems, and taking our mental and physical well-being to entirely new levels.

Being a mile into any Inisfreean greenbelt, and especially when one is near the city's Avalanche Wall, one will notice the smells profiles and combinations of our realm more than ever. This deep into Inisfree's woodlands, your olfactory will detect the city's symphonically complex aroma; Inisfreeans go out exercising, running and climbing, amidst countless wildflowers, evergreens, and pine trees. Thus, they and their rooms all smell like the delicious, eye closing, smile inducing scents of Vanilla, Cinnamon, Almond, and Rose, and of Calendula, French Marigold, Lemon Mint, Iceland Poppy, Lavender Hyssop, Siberian Wallflower, and Sweet Alyssum. There are also the scents of Blue Atlas Cedar, Castle Spire Holly, Columnar Norway Spruce, Densiformis Yew, Emerald Green and Green Giant Arborvitae, Mountbatten Juniper, Serbian and Snowkiss Spruce, and Weeping Alaskan Cedar, Jasmine vines, Mignonette with its powerful vanilla raspberry fragrance, Moonflowers which only bloom at night, and Sandalwood, alongside Austrian and Bristlecone Pines, and the other pine species of Eastern and Western White, Foxtail, Lacebark, Loblolly, Lodgepole, Luchu, Ponderosa, Scotch, Tenasserim, and Whitebark, as well as the 50' wide and 200' tall Sugar Pines; the tallest pine trees in the world, and the shrub-like Mugo Pines. There are the smells of the fragrant flowering trees of late Winter and early Spring; Amur Maple, Box-leaf Azara smelling of white chocolate, Lindens, Sweet Box, White Forsythia, Winter Hazel, and Wintersweet, along with Ylang Ylang and several Boxwood variants; Green Gem, Green Mountain, Green Tower, Green Velvet, Northstar, and Winter Gem. All these subtle hints of the many beautiful places Inisfreeans roam each morning right before dawn have left their entire realm smelling like an alpine wonderland; like the timeless hinterlands of Bavaria.