Songs of the Seven
Highwood gains its name from the immense trees in the surrounding forest, the tallest not only in Silverfrost, but the whole world. The hall of Highwood is made from lumber from these trees, and is also generally covered in ice and snow, so many foolish southerners visiting Silverfrost the first time mistake the immense wooden structure for the Palace of Never-melting Ice.
Highwood trains elk for riding and wolves for hunting. The people gather what little berries they can, and seldom have bread or grains in their meals. Most of the houses are made of wood, but are designed to still be able to house great fires. The town boasts an underground network for tough winters, allowing people from their homes to the Wood Hall, which acts in such times as a marketplace.