Here’s a geology of Genertela map done by Andreas Pittelkow about 20 years ago, but much of it is still right on. The “bricked” areas are limestone strata formed during the Storm Age (when those lands were submerged). The “dotted” areas are sandstone strata. The “xxs” are bedrock – granite formations. The lined areas are gravel and sand left from the glaciers. The little triangles are volcanic areas.The map is at a low level of detail, for example the Quivin Mountains should be there with xx’s, and the Indigo Mountains and Pelanda should also have volcanic activity, etc. But it is still interesting and useful. And done by an actual geologist.
If you look at the labelling, you will find the mythic age these rocks were formed and can work out the mythological story.
So the mountain range separating Prax from Heortland is not granite? That is filled with xx’s, which means it is granite.