Hebra Falls

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Hebra Falls is a location found in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.

Breath of the Wild

The Hebra Falls is a body of water, found directly south of Hebra Peak. The water begins at the Hebra Headspring, at the north end, and it quickly flows southward into the Hebra Falls. There are a series of small waterfalls along the way and the water eventually spills out into the Hebra Plunge. The water at the Hebra Falls is bitterly cold, with the air-temperature around it usually hovering around -15 degrees Fahrenheit. If Link falls into the water at any time, he will rapidly begin to lose health.

In the water, near the first waterfall, there is a treasure chest at the bottom of the river. Link can pull it up with Magnesis to find a Silver Rupee inside. A bit further south there is a bridge that extends across the river. On the east side of the bridge, there is a yellow flower. Link can grab this flower and then a series of flowers along the bridge to find a Korok.

Lanno Kooh Shrine

Main article: Lanno Kooh Shrine

The Hebra Falls will flow underneath a large rock where the river flows right by the Lanno Kooh Shrine. This proves to be a rather difficult to reach shrine as the water surrounding the shrine will deal quite the damage. While there are multiple ways to reach the shrine, the simplest way is to stay at the east of the shrine and use Cryonis to create an ice block that is close to the wall. Then slowly climb along the wall until Link is right above the ice block. Drop down and from there, Link can glide to the shrine.

The actual shrine is just a blessing. Link can open the treasure chest to get a Gold Rupee and then run to the alter to meet Lanno Kooh and get a Spirit Orb.

When leaving the shrine, Link use one of the logs that are just outside, jumping on one of them and riding it down the river, without worry of having to swim in the water.



Nearby Korok Seeds

Follow the trail of flowers across the stone crossing.

The trail leads from east to west across the south side of the bridge.

Thaw the ice block and examine the fairy lights.

Melt the ice, examine the fairy lights.

Shoot the balloon under the alcove where the river begins.

Shoot the balloon.

Pick up a rock.

Pick up the rock.

Thaw the ice block and examine the glittering leaves.

Melt the ice and examine the fairy lights.

Under a rock.

Pick up the rock.

Tears of the Kingdom

The Hebra Falls is a body of water that flows from the Hebra Headspring to the north, down the falls, and eventually into the Hebra Plunge. The water here is brutally cold and Link will take damage if he jumps in. The area around the water is also cold, and Link will require Cold Resistance in order to survive. Early on in the game, the Blizzard effecting Rito Village also effects Hebra Falls, so it will be perpetually snowing.

Northeast of the falls, there is a treasure chest partially buried in the snow. Grab it with Ultrahand and open it to get five Bomb Flowers.

The water at the Hebra Falls moves fairly rapidly. Link can toss an Ice Fruit on the water to create an Ice Block. He can then use this Ice Block to reach the area where the water flows. There is a Korok Seed puzzle underneath. From the block puzzle, Link can use Ascend to get back up to the surface, to find himself in a Zonai box like structure. Inside there are two treasure chests which contain a Strong Construct Bow and a Strong Zonaite Sword.

At the southwest end of the area, there is an enemy camp with some Bokoblin and a Blue Bokoblin. After defeating the enemies Link can open the chest to get a Lizal Reaper, which can scale up to a Silver Lizal Reaper, depending on World Level.

Korok Seeds

  • Underneath the bridge, there is a bottle hanging. Shoot it with an Arrow to get the Korok Seed.
  • Just northwest of the bridge, there is a Korok trying to reunite with his friend. Link can use the nearby Board, Balloon, and Flame Emitter to get the Korok up to his friend and get a pair of Korok Seeds.
  • Link can use an ice block to flow down the river to the point where it goes underneath the overhang. There is a block puzzle here. Place the block in the proper position to get the Korok Seeds.



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