Situated north and east of the Wômaw Reach, the easternmost arm of the Orocarni (Q. "Red Mountains"), Góak (D.S:"Blessed Place") was a large, rugged peninsula. Thick hardwood forests occupied most of it's rocky coasts, while swift, chilly rivers and extremely deep lakes dominated the inland areas along the mountain flanks. Ceer Góak, a great swamp surrounding the mouth of the Góak River (Wm. "Aceer Góak"), lay in the southeasternmost corner of this ancient Wômaw homeland.