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Faron Highroad

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Faron Highroad
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Main appearance(s)

The Faron Highroad,[1][2] also stylized as the Faron High Road,[3] is a location in Breath of the Wild.

Features and Overview

Faron Highroad is an expansive road that begins around the Gerudo Highlands, continues into the Faron Grasslands and West Necluda, then ends in East Necluda. It passes through the Taobab Grassland, Oseira Plains, Nautelle Wetlands, Darybon Plains, Mounted Archery Camp, Harfin Valley, Highland Stable, Fural Plain, Faron Woods, Pagos Woods, Floria River, Sarjon Bridge, Sarjon Woods, Floria Bridge, Ebara Forest, and Atun Valley before ending at Lurelin Village. The Hylian travelers, Chumin, Letty, and Spinch, can be found traveling the Faron Highroad.

Creatures

Minor Enemies

Nomenclature

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LanguageNameMeaning
JapanJapaneseフィローネ街道 (Firōne Kaidō)Firōne Road
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References

  1. "I heard that, way out west in the Taobab Grasslands, along the Faron Highroad, there's a giant horse roaming." — Spinch (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "If you keep following the Faron Highroad to the east, you'll reach Lurelin Village. The fish there... So good!" — Totsuna (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "Everywhere I go, all I'm hearing about is this giant horse... Everyone's saying if you take the Faron High Road out west, you'll find a giant horse in the Taobab Grassland." — Spinch (Breath of the Wild)