The Snowbourn arose in the White Mountains under the mountain Starkhorn, flowed through Harrowdale where the Rohirrim capital Edoras was built, and then flowed eastwards until it met the river Entwash in the Eastfold. It also separated Rohan's Eastfold from West Emnet.
Portrayal in Adaptations Edit
Video Games Edit
In The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age, Berethor's party go to Snowbourn to aid in saving the village from being attacked by Uruk-Hai and Dunlending folk, throwing out Gríma Wormtongue (explaining why the people of Snowbourn did not go to the Theoden's aid).
Translations around the WorldEdit
|Foreign Language||Translated name|
|Rivers of Arda|
Adorn | Adurant | Anduin | Aros | Ascar | Brandywine | Brilthor | Brithon | Bruinen | Celebrant | Celebros | Celon | Celos | Ciril | Duilwen | Enchanted river | Entwash | Erui | Esgalduin | Forest River | Gelion | Gilrain | Ginglith | Gladden | Glanduin | Glithui | Greater Gelion | Greyflood | Greylin | Gwathló | Harnen | Isen | Langwell | Lefnui | Legolin | Limlight | Little Gelion | Lune | Malduin | Mering Stream | Mindeb | Mitheithel | Morgulduin | Morthond | Narog | Nenning | Nimrodel | Nunduinë | Poros | Redwater | Ringló | Ringwil | River Running | Rivil | Sarn Gebir | Serni | Sirannon | Siril | Sirion | Sirith | Snowbourn | Taeglin | Thalos | The Water | Withywindle