Lanayru Wetlands

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"These extensive wetlands cover a broad plain to the southwest of Zora's Domain. There are several islands throughout the shallow lake that are connected with crude bridges. There are the remains of a ruined village on the large island in the middle of the wetlands."

Creating a Champion, page 283
Lanayru Wetlands
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Map of the Lanayru Wetlands in Breath of the Wild



The Lanayru Wetlands is a location found in Breath of the Wild and Age of Calamity

It is a district, largely formed by moorland, in the westernmost part of Lanayru province, which both major rivers from Lanayru Great Spring flow into. It contains one the largest bodies of freshwater in Hyrule in terms of area, similar on size to Lake Hylia but considerably shallower, as ~70% of said area is just knee-deep.

The Wetlands constitute the western entrance to the Zora Domain from [[Central Hyrule, and are bordered by the Hylia River to the west, Crenel Peak to the north-west, Zelo Pond to the north, Inogo Bridge over the Zora River to the north-east, the Rutala River to the east, Quatta's Shelf & Telta Lake to the south, and Nabi Lake to the south-west.

The Wetlands may well be among the first locations where Link may encounter Lizalfos on dry land, as the ones swimming in the river between the Dueling Peaks further south may not alert Link with their presence unless they're first engaged in combat. Also, despite being located in Lanayru, the Wetlands are not plagued with the constant rain of the Zora Domain, courtesy of Vah Ruta.


Breath of the Wild


Age of Calamity