All these he piled on the back of the good horse Grani, and then he rode south to Hindfell.
Hindfell, the word means "deer-mountain," since "fell" means any hill, and "hind" is the word we still use for a deer.
His heart was merry with victory and ever he thought of Hindfell and of Lymdale and the love of Brynhild.
On parting from her he receives back from Brynhild his own ring given to her at Hindfell in the days of their bliss.
He came to a mountain-summit at last: Hindfell, where the trees fell away, leaving a place open to the sky and the winds.