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Cuho Mountain

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Cuho Mountain
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Cuho Mountain is a location in Breath of the Wild.

Features and Overview

Cuho Mountain is located in the western portion of Tabantha Frontier, where it overlooks Gisa Crater to the south, Passer Hill to the northwest and Strock Lake to the east. Cuho Mountain bears little vegetation, growing only Cool Safflinas along the flat portions of the Mountain and Rushrooms and Swift Violets along its walls. Ore Deposits and Rare Ore Deposits can be found along the slopes of Cuho Mountain. A Great Thunderblade sits in the middle of Cuho Mountain's three highest peaks.

The northern base of Cuho Mountain features a series of ruins, housing a Black Hinox and Bareeda Naag Shrine. A Bokoblin encampment sits east of Bareeda Naag Shrine. A magnetic Korok puzzle can be found at the far eastern base of Cuho Mountain, near Strock Lake.

Creatures

Minor Enemies

Nomenclature

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese クーホ山 (Kūho San) Kūho Mountain
Kūho is an anagram of ホーク (Hawk).