Altar of the Mountain Goddess

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Altar of the Mountain Goddess




The Altar of the Mountain Goddess[1] is a location featured in Spirit Tracks. It can be found to the northwest of the Goron Village in the Fire Realm. The altar serves as a place of worship for the Mountain Goddess. It is a sacred place for Gorons,[2] and a place where outsiders are forbidden to enter.[3]


"Kagoron is the mountain goddess's messenger. He is praying at her altar for a stop to the volcano's outbursts.[4]"

— Goron

When Link visits Goron Village, he will find that the Mountain of Fire is continuously erupting. While the mountain is erupting due to Cragma, the Gorons believe it is due to the goddess's anger.[4] Before Link arrived to the village, Kagoron traveled to the Altar of the Mountain Goddess to pray for the goddess to calm down the mountain,[4] as he is the mountain goddess's messenger.[5] Link is then warned about the path to the altar is in the eruptions' striking zone and is very dangerous.[6][7]

Once Link enters the Altar of the Mountain Goddess, Kagoron salutes his bravery for traveling by himself when he is still a child[2] and asks Link if there is something he would like to discuss.[8] When he answers "Actually...", Kagoron tells Link that he will tell more to him once he has descended the mountain because he needs to make preparations and for Link to make sure his train is in good shape.[9] However, if Link says no, Kagoron tells him to go home if he has nothing to discuss.[3]


  1. "! Path to the Altar of the Mountain Goddess" — Sign, Spirit Tracks.
  2. 2.1 2.2 "Hmmm? Who is this strange face before me? This is a sacred place of the Gorons! You cannot just come here on a whim! Hmm... I see you are still a child. Tell me, did you travel here by yourself? ...I must salute your bravery, young stranger." — Kagoron, Spirit Tracks.
  3. 3.1 3.2 "If you have nothing to discuss, then go home. This place is forbidden to outsiders." — Kagoron, Spirit Tracks.
  4. 4.1 4.2 4.3 "Kagoron is the mountain goddess's messenger. He is praying at her altar for a stop to the volcano's outbursts." — Goron, Spirit Tracks.
  5. "Kagoron does not tolerate fibbing! I am the mountain goddess's messenger. I am untrickable! All you engineers have the same look in your eyes! I can see it in yours." — Kagoron, Spirit Tracks.
  6. "If you have important business, bring it to Kagoron. He is at the altar up ahead. But be careful, stranger. The path to the altar is within the eruptions' striking zone." — Goron, Spirit Tracks.
  7. "But because of the eruptions, the path to the altar is very dangerous! Go with caution!" — Goron, Spirit Tracks.
  8. "Tell me, is there something you wish to discuss? [.]Actually...[.]No." — Kagoron, Spirit Tracks.
  9. "I will tell you more once you descend the mountain. I have preparations to make, so you go ahead before me. Make sure your train is in good repair!" — Kagoron, Spirit Tracks.