|Region of Albion|
|Featured in||Fable: The Journey|
|Related Quests||On Familiar Ground|
Echo Hills is a region in northern Albion that is traversed in Fable: The Journey. Before the construction of Reaver's Reach, Echo Hills was situated along a major trade route into Albion from the north, but it has recently become a retreat for the more well-off inhabitants of the country.
North of the region, the Whitespire Mountains extend to the Ironwash River and the Edgelands. To the west lie Shalefields and Deepgorge, while the main road continues to the south-east around The Stumbles towards Oakfield.
Katlan's Halt is a campsite in the middle of Echo Hills, situated beside a cluster of Old Kingdom ruins. The small field contains a water trough, an apple tree, and a ruined tower. This is the place that Gabriel's caravan and all its people end up being killed by corrupted balverines.
The Deepgorge Tunnels are a system of caves which pass through the hill range in the north-west of the region. They link the tranquil lands of Echo Hills to the industrial mines of Deepgorge.
Fable: The Journey
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Gabriel and Theresa pass through Echo Hills during their quest right after obtaining Sol's willstone and defeating the Temptress. In this region they are attacked by harbingers and corrupted hobbes. In the main road, Gabriel and Theresa have their first proper view of the Spire in a while, noticing countless hordes of harbingers surrounding it, Theresa concludes that all creatures of Albion, not only hobbes, have been corrupted by the Corruptor and are heading towards the Spire to hunt them down in hope of ending their mission.