These question rounds, of 8-10 questions each, are all on the geography of Middle-Earth. Most are from past Varsity quizzes and are thus arranged by the year they were asked.
1. Which is the last peak of the Misty Mountains, where they end at the Gap of Rohan?
2. Which river encompassed Tol Galen, the island where Beren and Lúthien returned to live as mortals?
3. What was Mirkwood renamed after the War of the Ring and the cleansing of Dol Guldur by Celeborn and Thranduil?
4. Which feature, probably a glacial erratic, do the Eagles convey Thorin and Company to after their escape from the Great Goblin?
5. What is the name of the vast wild forest in the south of Beleriand between Sirion and Gelion, where nothing apparently happens?
6. How far do the Three Hunters travel in their first four days of pursuit of the Hobbits, according to Eomer?
7. If I multiply the number of mountains of Moria by the number of settlements in the Breeland, and subtract the number of rivers in Ossiriand, what number do I get and what might its significance be in Middle Earth?
8. Which island is the easternmost of the Undying Lands and home to much of the Teleri?
9. Which rather impressive and precipitous fluvial feature marks the southern end of Nen Hithoel?
10. Which mountain, the highest in that region of the world, do Melkor and Ungoliant climb to gaze down into Valinor before their fateful assault on the Two Trees?