Flathead Mountain

A mountain located in the far northwest corner of the Gillikin Country, just south of Skeezer Lake. The mountain has extremely steep, unclimbable sides and is saucer shaped on top, containing the homes of the Flatheads. There is a narrow, twisting staircase running through the interior of the mountain that is the way to travel between the top and the plains below. Every ten steps up the stairway is followed by five steps down. The top step of each 10 steps up contains a pressure sensor which rings an alarm bell on top providing a warning that someone is coming up the stairs.

First appears in: Glinda of Oz

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