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To a large rock, where they clearly see the Lonely Mountain

Or in the Original book, they are taken to a rock; (Beorn calls this his Carrock), but it is near Beorn's house, which is west of mirkwood

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Q: Where are Bilbo Gandalf and the dwarves taken after being saved by the eagles?
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