Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu & Eevee Power Plant - How to Get There

Power Plant in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee is a location you can visit in the game. In fact, you’ll pretty much have to visit it at some point, because it’s the home to the legendary bird Zapdos. Needless to say, you’re gonna want to get your hands on Zapdos, especially if you plan on defeating the Elite Four and becoming the true Pokemon champion. To do that, though, you’ll have to figure out how to get into the Power Plant. Well, our Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee Power Plant – How to Get There guide will show you exactly that.

Pokemon Lets Go Pikachu & Eevee Power Plant - How to Get There
Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee Power Plant – How to Get There

How to Get to Power Plant in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu & Eevee?

To get to the power Plant in Pokemon Let’s Go, first go to the Pokemon Center in Cerulean City. From there, go down and to the right until you reach the girl standing around with her Electrode. There’s a small tree across the road from her. Use the Chop Down secret technique to open the way. From there, head to the right, then up, then down the path on the right. Cut down another small tree.

After you’ve cleared the road for yourself once again, keep going to the right, towards the upper right corner of the map. You’ll eventually come across a Pokemon Center below you, on Route 10, right at the entrance into a large tunnel. Heal up your Pokemon and do whatever else you need to. Then, head to the upper right corner, through the whole in the fence. When you reach the edge of the river, use the Sea Skim secret technique to surf down the river. Head right, then down all the way, then to the left, and disembark at the door of the Power Plant.

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This was our method of reaching the power plant in Pokemon Let’s Go. If you have a method you feel is better, let us know. Now matter how you reach it, get ready for a lot of trouble in there. Among other things, you’ll be fighting the legendary bird Zapdos. For more info on that, check out our Zapdos Legendary Bird guide. Or, if you need help with the other legendary birds, you can take a look at our Articuno Legendary Bird and Moltres Legendary Bird guides.

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