Dueling Peaks

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Dueling Peaks

The Dueling Peaks is a mountain in Breath of the Wild, located just east of the Dueling Peaks Tower.

Mountain Range

The area is identified by its most prominent landmark, the Dueling Peaks Mountain Range. The pair of mountains has a narrow divide in between them where there is a road, right alongside the Squabble River. At one point in time, the Dueling Peaks were a single mountain, but were split into two by a dragon god living in Hyrule to help forge a way through. It is believes that the dragon Farosh, who appears near Lake Floria is the dragon that separated the mountain.[1] Now the area is split into the North Dueling Peaks and Dueling Peaks South.

Atop the two mountain peaks, there are two sister shrines, the Shee Vaneer Shrine and Shee Venath Shrine. These two shrines and their corresponding monks are mirrored versions of one another, requiring Link to enter one of them first to find the solution to the other.

Regional Landmarks

Regional Shrines

Nearby Korok Seeds

Pick up the solitary rock at the peak of the shorter Dueling Peak.

Climb up to the top of the shorter Dueling Peak, and pick up the solitary rock there.

Drop an apple into the empty offering bowl.

Drop an apple into the offering bowl. As usual you can pick up the apples again after you get your Seed.

Drop an apple into the empty offering bowl.

Drop an apple into the offering bowl. As usual you can pick up the apples again after you get your Seed.

Roll a boulder through the two trees. Some boulders can be found uphill to the west.

Roll a boulder between the two trees. Boulders are found uphill to the west.

References

  1. So on this map of yours, do you see Dueling Peaks to the north of here? Well, apparently that used to be just one mountain a really long time ago. The legends say a dragon god split the mountain in half to forge a way through, and that's how it went from one to two. Recently, some are even saying they've seen the shadow of a large creature on the surface of Lake Floria! I wonder if any of that is true... - Shay