Breath of the Wild
The Hebra Peak is the highest point in all of Hyrule, found atop of the Hebra East Summit. It's bitterly cold temperatures require Link to have Cold Resistance armor, such as the Snowquill Set. At the very peak, Link will find a Korok, found underneath a small rock.
Goma Asaagh Shrine
- Main article: Goma Asaagh Shrine
The Goma Asaagh Shrine can be found just southwest of the peak, at a lower elevation. The shrine is hidden behind some ice blocks that will need to be melted in order to reach the shrine. Link will also need to melt the pedestal to so he can place his Sheikah Slate.
- Main article: Salvager Trousers
As part of the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 side quest, Link can travel up to the Hebra Peak. From the peak, if Link looks to the southeast at nighttime, he will see and hear a shooting star. It will come crashing down on the Hebra East Summit, to the southeast of the peak. The area will be indicated by a glowing red light, emanating from a red treasure chest. Inside there is the Salvager Trousers, a piece of armor that is part of the Salvager Set.
Nearby Korok Seeds
Pick up the rock.
Pick up the rock.
Hole of Hebra Peak
The Peak's most noticeable feature is a giant hole located on its southwest side. Presumably produced by a Divine Beast during the fight against Calamity Ganon 10,000 years before, the hole is roughly cylindrical and runs diagonally from the northwest to the southeast, having been blown open by the Divine Beast's beam shot from Hebra to Hyrule Field in Central Hyrule (or viceversa).
The curved wall on that face of the mountain is crystalline in nature, partially translucent, impervious to fire and unclimbable. It's assumed that the heat and/or friction of the beam produced said material. Due to the weather conditions in Hebra, the rest of the wall is buried under the snow.
Tears of the Kingdom
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- ↑ The damaged portion of Hebra Peak from the battle against Calamity Ganon ten thousand years ago. Limiting the changes in the landscape and the presence of people gives the area a sense of isolation and solitude. - From Creating A Champion - Developers' Notes on Hebra Peak; Landscape Art: Yohei Izumi