Aquame Bridge

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The Aquame Bridge is a location found in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.

Breath of the Wild

The Aquame Bridge follows one of the main paths in Hyrule Field and it extends over the Aquame Lake, leading towards the Coliseum Ruins. There are no enemies or animals found in the area, although just south of the bridge, Link will encounter some Malice that covers much of the ground.

Just northeast of the bridge, there is a block puzzle that Link can solve to get a Korok Seed. Further to the east, there is a circle of rocks with one rock missing in the nearby grass. Place it in the proper spot to get the Korok Seed. Another Korok can be found just west of the north end of the bridge. It is along the cliffside where there is a rock on a very narrow ledge. The rock camouflages with the cliff and can be difficult to see. One last Korok can be found underneath the bridge at the south end. Shoot the acorn with an arrow to get the seed.

Nearby Korok Seeds

Shoot the acorn hanging under the bridge.

Under Aquame Bridge there is an acorn hanging on a chain. Shoot the acorn from below the bridge.

Halfway down the cliff there is a tiny ledge with a rock. Pick it up. It blends in so use stasis to find it easier.

On the side of the cliff there is a tiny ledge with a rock that you can pick up.

Solve the cube puzzle.

Move the block sitting in front of the right arrangement to the left arrangement so that they match.

Complete the rock circle.

There's a circle of rocks missing one rock. Use the rock nearby to complete the circle.


The Aquame Bridge is named after the boss from The Legend of Zelda, Aquamentus. Similar bridges in the area are all named after bosses from the first Zelda game, including the Manhala Bridge, Gleeok Bridge, and the Digdogg Suspension Bridge.

Tears of the Kingdom

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