Ysmir’s Hand is the name given to the waterway made by the confluence of five rivers in the center of Umbria, though most locals simply refer to it as “the Hand”. The five rivers are the Viðrbera, the Hridvisi, the Laxbraut, the Trollfjoss and the Sumarkelda. The Laxbraut and Trollfoss flow together first in the north, while the other three meet a short ways south. It then flows out into southern bay in a wide, slow, and straight path. Trassfjord is situated at the southern confluence.
While this large river has several smaller crossings, the only bridge large enough for caravans to cross south of Trassfjord is the large stone bridge, Ongreth’s Span.