Zelda TOTK Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower

In our Zelda TOTK Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower guide, we are going to explain how to activate this tower in Tears of the Kingdom. It does require a bit of exploring around the snowy area, which does raise the stakes a little. You know, because of the cold slowly depleting your health if you don’t have warm clothes and some spicy food. With all of that said, here’s what you need to do.

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Zelda TOTK Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower

How to Activate Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

The first step to activate the Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom (or TOTK) is to go into the small tent near its base. The exact coordinates are -3940 -1286, 0423. Inside, you’ll find a note that will point you towards a cave. The entrance is to the north of the tent, at these coordinates: -3979, -1249, 0429. Head inside Maedela’s Mantle Cave, as the place is called, and find the camp inside. It’s a straight line, so don’t worry. Find the Billson’s Records on a bunch of boxes and read through them. Hop into the underground river and follow its flow south until you get to a large cavern with several wooden beams. They are actually holding the tower up, as I understand it.

The next to activate the Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower in Zelda TOTK, aka Tears of the Kingdom, is to have a look around. To the right of the waterfall, you’ll find a slab of wood that you can move with Ultrahand. You’ll also notice that, in the water between the wooden beams, there’s one short bit that’s just barely sticking out from the surface. So, what you need to do is move the slab onto that little bit of wood, as shown in the images below. Once you’ve done all that, stand onto the slab and use Ascend to get into the tower itself. Interact with the dial inside to unlock the place. Use it to reveal the Gerudo Highlands.

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