A resort town that hugs the mountains and sees rich tourists coming to ski every season, Dale has its own quirks that draw others to it. Once a settlement that boasted considerable mining opportunities for fortune-seekers, it is now a town of museums and general stores, mostly boasting ski gear and ‘old country’ knick-knacks. It’s most infamous attraction, however, is its most recent, one that the locals have taken to calling the Devil’s Gullet, a bottomless pit that opened up near Witchfall Road, which winds through the remote cabins that dot the mountainside. No one knows the origins of the Devil’s Gullet, only that it appeared as recently as thirty years ago. Of course the resort part of the town has made it a place where people congregate from all over the world to try their legendary slopes out. The town has a bustling industry based off the winter happenings, though with their elevated, mountain terrain it’s almost snow-season year around.