How to Get to Alfornada Gym Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

If you want to know how to get to Alfornada Gym in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, you’re in the right place. In this guide, we’ll show you how to get to Alfornada, the city in which the Psychic Gym is. By that, I mean getting there without the climbing ability unlocked, which is normally required. Fortunately for you, there’s another way.

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How to Get to Alfornada Gym Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

How to Get to Alfornada Psychic Gym City in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

To get to Alfornada in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, the city in which the Psychic Gym is, you normally need the Climb upgrade for your motorbike Pokemon. Now, that comes much later in the game, as you progress through the bosses in the Victory Road quest. So, you normally aren’t able to access Alfornada til you progress pretty far. That’s probably for the best, since the Pokemon there are no joke. Howeve, there is a back entrance, so to speak. Start from the Pokemon Center in West Province (Area One). Head south and approach the edge of the cliff. Looking down, at one point, you’ll be able to see a path going along the water.

The next stop to get to Alfornada Psychic Gym city in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is to carefully drop down to that path and follow it to the south and upwards. It’s a dangerous path, so tread carefully. Eventually, you’ll enter a huge cave. Take a right at the first corner, and then another right when you can. You’ll eventually come across an NPC. After you walk past them, go into the small cave nearby. When you exit it, you will find yourself in Alfornada. Again, it’s a perilous path, and you aren’t really supposed to be there until you get the climbing ability. However, it’s fun to do, and it’s cool that the developers gave you an alternate path.

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