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Tabantha Tundra

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Tabantha Tundra
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The Tabantha Tundra is a location in Breath of the Wild.

Features and Overview

The Tabantha Tundra is a vast snowy expanse covering a large portion of eastern Hebra Mountains, lying between the Pikida Stonegrove and the Tabantha Frontier in the west and Mount Drena in the east. The Tanagar Canyon and the roof of the Forgotten Temple is at the bottom of the cliff along the Tundra's southern edge and a bottomless chasm passes along the northern edge. A road between the Hebra Tower and the Great Hyrule Forest runs through the southern portion of the Tundra, passing the Snowfield Stable.

The Tundra is extremely cold, requiring two layers of Cold Resistance at all times.

Cold-Footed Wolves, Great-Horned Rhinoceros and Tabantha Moose inhabit the Tundra throughout.

North Tabantha Snowfield

Main article: North Tabantha Snowfield

The North Tabantha Snowfield covers the northern portion of the Tundra, with the bottomless chasm running along its northern edge.

Snowfield Stable

Main article: Snowfield Stable

The Snowfield Stable is the only inhabited area of the Tundra, found in the middle of the road running along the S. Tabantha Snowfield.

S. Tabantha Snowfield

Main article: S. Tabantha Snowfield

The S. Tabantha Snowfield is the larger portion of the Tundra, covering the south half and most of the central area and contains the only road in the Tundra.

Ancient Shrines

Shrine Trial Name Location Treasure
Rin Oyaa Shrine Directing the Wind Snowfield Stable Ancient Core
Sha Gehma Shrine Shift and Lock North Tabantha Snowfield Royal Broadsword

Nomenclature

Tabantha Tundra shares part of its Japanese name with Castor Wilds from The Minish Cap.

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese タバンタ大雪原 (Tabanta Dai Setsugen) Tabanta Great Snowfield
Netherlands Dutch Tabantha-vlakte Tabantha plain
French Republic FrenchEU Prairie gelée de Tabanta Frost meadow of Tabanta
Federal Republic of Germany German Tabanta-Schneefeld Tabanta Snowfield
Italian Republic Italian Piana innevata di Colbacco Snowy plain of Colbacco
Russian Federation Russian Табантская тундра (Tabantskaya Tundra) Tabantskaya Tundra
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Gran estepa de Tabanta Great steppe of Tabanta
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Gran estepa de Tabanta Great steppe of Tabanta