Farosh Hills

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Farosh Hills is a location found in Breath of the Wild.

Overview

The Farosh Hills are a set of hills located just east of Lake Hylia and northeast of the Lake Tower. There are several smaller peaks through the Farosh Hills, with each having some goodies. The peak at the northeast region has a Korok underneath a small rock. The smaller peak at the northwest has five sets of yellow flowers and Link must collect them in ascending order to get the Korok Seed. Near the center of the area, one of the peaks has three trees that grown Hearty Durians. Make the three trees match to get a Korok. The southern peak, near the Finra Woods, has a Korok underneath a small rock.

There are a series of small ponds one after another and they are a great place for Link to find Sneaky River Snails and Blue Nightshade flowers. In the overnight hours, there are also a bunch of Sunset Fireflies flying around all over the place. The northernmost of these small ponds has a pair of Koroks that can be found by examining the moving fairy lights.

At the south end of the set of hills, there is a small pond that has quite a bit few fish in it. Link can find some Hyrule Bass, Staminoka Bass, and some Mighty Carp. There is also a treasure chest underwater in the middle of the pond that contains a Purple Rupee.

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Nearby Korok Seeds

There are two fairy lights dancing around here. Catch them both for two seeds.

Catch one of the fairy lights flying around here.

Visit each group of flowers in order, 1 through 5.

Run through the flower beds in increasing numerical order.

Remove fruit from the tree with too many to make it match.

Remove hearty durians from the westernmost tree to make it look like the other two.

There are two fairy lights dancing around here. Catch them both for two seeds.

Catch one of the fairy lights flying around here.

Lift stone at the top of the hill.

Climb the mountain, pick up the rock.