Risoka Snowfield

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Risoka Snowfield is a recurring location in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2]

Features and Overview

Breath of the Wild

Risoka Snowfield is located in the Gerudo Highlands. Kema Kosassa Shrine sits on the western side of the Snowfield at the foot of Mount Agaat.

Areas

Minor Enemies

Tears of the Kingdom



Fallen Debris are now scattered across Risoka Snowfield, and a three-tiered Monster Stronghold has been constructed in it. As the external entrances to the lower two floors of the Stronghold are boarded up, Link can only enter it by climbing through the left eye hole of the top skull-shaped rock. Three Boulders can be found on the top floor of the Stronghold, accompanied by several Iron Boxes. An Ice Like is located on the second floor of the structure, guarding the breakable rocks blocking access to the bottom floor. Three Black Moblins rest around a Campfire on the bottom floor.

Areas

Creatures

Enemies

Materials

Equipment

Zonai Devices

Treasure Chests

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
-4579, -0999, 0512
Notes

On the bottom layer of the three-tiered Monster Stronghold

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
-4579, -0999, 0512
Notes

On the bottom layer of the three-tiered Monster Stronghold

Treasure Chest
Contents
Coordinates
-4763, -1362, 0512
Notes

In a southern Monster Stronghold within a broken skull-shaped rock

Treasure ChestContentsCoordinatesNotes
-4579, -0999, 0512

On the bottom layer of the three-tiered Monster Stronghold

-4579, -0999, 0512

On the bottom layer of the three-tiered Monster Stronghold

-4763, -1362, 0512

In a southern Monster Stronghold within a broken skull-shaped rock

Korok Seeds

Korok
Coordinates

-4389, -0715, 0566
Notes

From a Hidden Balloon hovering beneath a rock arch next to Gerudo Mountain

Korok
Coordinates

-4691, -1235, 0522
Notes

In the Arrow Sign Intersection atop a leafless Tree in a small grove

Korok
Coordinates

-4323, 1089, 0523
Notes

In a Rock Pattern on a southern ledge next to a rock arch

Korok
Coordinates

-4420, -0351, 0517
Notes
Korok
Coordinates

-4538, -1343, 0528
Notes

From the Traveling Korok Duo after reuniting them in the Snowfield above the Statue of the Eighth Heroine

KorokCoordinatesNotes

-4389, -0715, 0566

From a Hidden Balloon hovering beneath a rock arch next to Gerudo Mountain


-4691, -1235, 0522

In the Arrow Sign Intersection atop a leafless Tree in a small grove


-4323, 1089, 0523

In a Rock Pattern on a southern ledge next to a rock arch


-4420, -0351, 0517

-4538, -1343, 0528

From the Traveling Korok Duo after reuniting them in the Snowfield above the Statue of the Eighth Heroine

Nomenclature

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNamesMeanings
Japan
Japanese
ベリル雪原 (Beriru Setsugen)Beryl Snowfield
From beryl, a type of mineral
The Kingdom of the Netherlands
Dutch
Risoka-sneeuwvlakte[4]Same as English.
Latin America
SpanishLA
Estepa de Isork[3]Isork Steppe
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References

  1. "Risoka Snowfield" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "Risoka Snowfield" — Map (Tears of the Kingdom)
  3. "Estepa de Isork" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  4. "Risoka-sneeuwvlakte" — Map (Breath of the Wild)