The Upland Lindor is a location in Breath of the Wild.
Breath of the Wild
The Upland Lindor is a higher elevation region, located just north of Mount Rhoam and the Thundra Plateau. The Upland includes the Footrace Check-In. The area gradually slops upward, heading east to Lindor's Brow. There are constantly large swarms of Keese that will attack Link.
There is a variety of wildlife along the upland, including a bunch of Horses at the lower elevation. As Link leads higher up, there are several Mountain Bucks and Mountain Doe that will appear. There are also a bunch of Cold Darners in the area.
The base game's closest shrine to the area is Maag No'rah Shrine, but going to Upland Lindor from there involves climbing to Lindor's Brow, which may be impractical due to the fact that the area close to the shrine is very susceptible to rain. Otherwise, the closest shrine is the DLC-exclusive Shira Gomar Shrine, located just northwest.
- Main article: High-Tier Horses
Upland Lindor, alongside the Taobab Grassland, is one of the locations where some of the best horses in the game can be found. These horses commonly have solid dark colors, not lighter than light brown. Upland Lindor, unlike the Taobab Grassland, has less horses and may spawn mid-tier horses more often. However, it poses considerably less risk of the horse being killed than the Grassland, as there's little to no enemies en route.
Horses with 5★ Stamina, Strength or Speed can be found there, but some special considerations must be taken:
- These horses can be registered at the Tabantha Stable.
- 5★ Stamina and 5★ Strength horses have the same amount of spurs (5).
- 5★ Speed horses have very low strength (2★), so they can be killed easily. Also, they only have 3 spurs, so they share that with mid-tier horses.
Nearby Korok Seeds
Complete the rock circle.
Blow up the boulders, pick up the rock.