Gerudo Canyon

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Gerudo Canyon is a recurring location in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2][name references needed]

Features and Overview

Breath of the Wild

Gerudo Canyon is located in the Gerudo Highlands. It contains the Kay Noh Shrine and the Gerudo Canyon Stable.

Areas

Minor Enemies

Tears of the Kingdom

Related Quests

Following the Upheaval, the climate within Gerudo Canyon has shifted drastically. The sudden change in Weather inside caused Extreme Temperatures which led to Gerudo Canyon Stable closing down.[3] During the daytime, the Canyon becomes an Extremely Hot Zone and at night, a Freezing Climate envelops the region.[4] Many Caves have formed throughout the area, granting shelter against the extreme Temperatures outside to travelers and Monsters. A Waterfall now flows down from Taafei Hill into Mount Nabooru Cave, leaving the bend in the Canyon flooded.[5] The Water flowing down from the Gerudo Highlands wards off the extreme heat present during the day.[6]

If Link attempts to enter Gerudo Canyon from the Gerudo Canyon Pass, he will be interrupted by a Gerudo Soldier named Naia. Before granting him passage through the Canyon, she tests his knowledge of how to survive in the extreme Temperatures within through a quiz.[7] If he answers the four questions she poses correctly, she allows him to proceed into the Canyon freely.[8] She refuses to allow him to ride Horses or other Animals through it, commenting that it would be too dangerous for them.[9]

As part of "The Yiga Clan Exam" Side Quest, a Yiga Blademaster in the Station behind the Waterfall instructs a Disguised Link to find and offer Mighty Bananas to five Frog Statues hidden around Gerudo Canyon, both in Caves and on the Surface.[10]

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Materials

Other Appearances

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity



Nomenclature

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNames
Japan
Japanese
ゲルドキャニオン
The Republic of ChinaThe Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of ChinaThe Macao Special Administrative Region of China
ChineseTR
格魯德峽谷 (Gélǔdé Xiágǔ)
The People's Republic of China
ChineseSI
格鲁德峡谷 (Gélǔdé Xiágǔ)
Canada
FrenchCA
Canyon Gerudo
The French Republic
FrenchEU
Canyon Gerudo
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
Gerudo-Tal
The Italian Republic
Italian
Canyon Gerudo
The Republic of Korea
Korean
겔드 캐니언
The Kingdom of Spain
SpanishEU
Cañón de Gerudo
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Gallery

See Also

References

  1. "Gerudo Canyon" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "Gerudo Canyon Festival
    Gerudo
    " — Gallery (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  3. "These beauties used to be stabled southwest of here in Gerudo Canyon. But when the weather changed after the Upheaval, it took that stable by surprise. The horses couldn't handle the extreme temperatures, so I took them in." — Toffa (Tears of the Kingdom)
  4. "There has been some abnormal weather beyond this point... Blazing heat during the day, freezing cold at night..." — Naia (Tears of the Kingdom)
  5. "Be careful if you're going to pass through Gerudo Canyon, OK? Especially around that new waterfall along the road with the suspicious entrance behind it." — Naia (Tears of the Kingdom)
  6. "By the way, dousing yourself in water would also be a good way to cool off in the blazing heat. Keep that in mind." — Naia (Tears of the Kingdom)
  7. "It's dangerous to be in the area, though you can take some precautions to prepare yourself. To that end, I am going to ask you a few questions to make sure you can handle yourself. If you aren't able to answer my questions, I will not let you pass." — Naia (Tears of the Kingdom)
  8. "All right! You pass! With so much knowledge at your disposal, I'm sure you'll be fine out there. Oh, and you can take this with you too." — Naia (Tears of the Kingdom)
  9. "It's dangerous to bring a horse into this area. Far, far too dangerous to even try." — Naia (Tears of the Kingdom)
  10. "In Gerudo Canyon, there are five frog statues with the identifying marks of the Yiga Clan. I will reveal the locations." — Yiga Blademaster (Tears of the Kingdom)