Trilby Valley

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Trilby Valley is a recurring location in The Legend of Zelda series.[1][2]

Features and Overview

Breath of the Wild

Trilby Valley is an extensive valley on the southern edge of Eldin Canyon. It is largely a mountainous stretch of land consisting densely of rocky foothills and deep gorges. It is bordered by Trilby Plain and Zelo Pond to the west, and the Ternio Trail runs along its northern border.

The painting in Foothill Stable depicts the Stable from the Trilby Valley. During the "A Landscape of a Stable" Shrine Quest, Link will be able to locate Tah Muhl Shrine on the northern end of Trilby Valley.[3] However, activating this Quest is not required in order to access the Ancient Shrine.

A total of three Monster Strongholds can be found in Trilby Valley, all of which are shaped like giant skulls. The northernmost Stronghold contains a Treasure Chest with a Knight's Bow inside. The second Stronghold is on the eastern side of the Valley, and its Chest contains a Silver Rupee. The final Monster Stronghold is on the southwestern side of the Trilby Valley, which also has a Treasure Chest containing a Silver Rupee.

A single Korok Seed Puzzle is located within Trilby Valley. It is a Race that starts southeast of Tah Muhl Shrine, and it ends directly to the southwest. When Link completes the Race, a Korok will appear and give him a Korok Seed.[4]

Creatures

Enemies

Materials

Tears of the Kingdom



Creatures

Enemies

Monster Outpost in the southeast of the Valley

Monster Outpost in the southwest of the Valley

Monster Outpost south of Foothill Stable

Sub-Bosses
There are two Sub-Boss fights in this location.

Trilby Valley
Stone Talus

Trilby Valley
Flame Gleeok

Materials

Korok Seeds

Korok
Type
Coordinates
2557, 0766, 0117
Notes

Moving around a collection of rocks west of Ternio Trail

Korok
Type
Coordinates
2293, 0942, 0109
Notes

At the top of the slope through the stone arch

KorokTypeCoordinatesNotes
2557, 0766, 0117

Moving around a collection of rocks west of Ternio Trail

2293, 0942, 0109

At the top of the slope through the stone arch

Nomenclature

Trilby Valley is named after the Trilby Highlands from The Minish Cap.[5]

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNamesMeanings
Japan
Japanese
  • ベーレ谷 (Bēre Tani) (BotW)
  • ベーレだに谷 (TotK)
  • Bēre Valley
    Bēre is a corruption of ベレー (Berē).
  •  
The Republic of ChinaThe Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of ChinaThe Macao Special Administrative Region of China
ChineseTR
貝萊谷 (Bèiláigǔ) (TotK) 
The People's Republic of China
ChineseSI
贝莱谷 (Bèiláigǔ) (TotK) 
The Kingdom of the Netherlands
Dutch
Trilby-vallei (BotW)[6]Same as English.
The French Republic
FrenchEU
Vallée Bélet (TotK) 
Canada
FrenchCA
Vallée Bélet (TotK) 
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
Beele-Tal (TotK) 
The Italian Republic
Italian
Valle Sombrero (TotK) 
The Republic of Korea
Korean
베레 계곡 (TotK) 
Latin America
SpanishLA
Valle de Beele (BotW)[7]Beele Valley
The Kingdom of Spain
SpanishEU
Valle de Beele (TotK) 
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See Also

References

  1. "Trilby Valley" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "Trilby Valley" — Map (Tears of the Kingdom)
  3. "There is a landscape painting adorning the wall of the Foothill Stable.

    You've discovered the shrine hidden in the painting!
    " — Adventure Log (Breath of the Wild)
  4. "Yahaha! You found me!" — Korok (Breath of the Wild)
  5. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild—The Complete Official Guide, Piggyback Interactive Limited, pg. 351
  6. "Trilby-vallei" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  7. "Valle de Beele" — Map (Breath of the Wild)