Kopeeki Drifts

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Kopeeki Drifts is a location found in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom.

Breath of the Wild

The Kopeeki Drifts are located a bit northwest of the Hebra Tower. As with most of the province, the climate is very cold and Link will need to wear appropriate armor, such as the Snowquill Set, or food with high-level cold resistance to avoid constantly losing health.

At the east side of the drifts on the lower elevation, there are some boulders that can be blown up. Behind it, there is a treasure chest with a Hylia Series shield, such as a Knight's Shield.

Gee Ha'rah Shrine

Main article: Gee Ha'rah Shrine

At the south end of the Kopeeki Drifts at a lower elevation, there is a large closed gate. Way up the slope of the drifts to the northwest, there are a series of small snowballs. Link can pick up one of these snowballs and drop it near the slope. The snowball will roll down the hill, gathering more snow and becoming a much larger ball. If aimed properly, it will smash into the gate, knocking it down and revealing the Gee Ha'rah Shrine.

Nearby Korok Seeds

Complete the circle using two nearby stones.

Complete the rock circle.

Snow boulders can be carried. Put one in the hole below.

Snow boulders can be carried. Put one in the hole below.

Tears of the Kingdom

The Kopeeki Drifts is a location found south of the Pikida Stonegrove Skyview Tower. The area is very cold, requiring Link to have Cold Resistance. Early on in the quest, the Blizzard that is effecting Rito Village also effects the drifts, causing perpetual snowfall.

Kopeeki Drifts Cave

Main article: Kopeeki Drifts Cave

The cave is filled with water and Link will need to create Ice Blocks in order to get across. This can be found by using Ice Fruit, or by using the cold breath from the Ice Like within the cave. Deep within the cave, Link will find the Nouda Shrine, which is a Proving Grounds shrine.

Korok Seeds

  • At the northeast end of the drifts, on top of the cliff, there is a diamond orientation of rocks. Place the missing rock in its proper slot to get the Korok Seed.
  • On the cliff, directly east of the Kopeeki Drifts Cave, there is a boulder in the ground, with a pedestal just to the east. Lift the boulder and place it on the pedestal to get the Korok Seed.
  • At the peak, found south of the Kopeeki Drifts Cave, there is a pinwheel. Stand next to it and shoot the three balloons to get the Korok Seed.


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