How to Get to Lake Saria TOTK

Figuring out how to get to Lake Saria in Zelda TOTK can be pretty annoying. Apparently, it’s not as easy as simply going to its location on the map. Instead, you have to go the long way around and follow the trail of glowing mushrooms. Not that you really even have to go there, but of course you want to see every inch of Hyrule, right? Plus, there’s a really good bow to find. With all of that said, here’s how to get to lake Saria in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom.

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How to Get to Lake Saria TOTK

How to Get to Lake Saria in Tears of the Kingdom

To get to Lake Saria in Zelda TOTK or Tears of the Kingdom, the first step is to get to Bravery Island and Simosiwak Shrine. The exact coordinates of the shrine are 0166, 1978, 0758. You can read more about how to get there in our Zelda TOTK Glide Suit Locations, but here’s the brief breakdown. Head to the Thyphlo Ruins Skyview Tower and launch yourself into the air, then glide to the south. Use Gust if necessary. Once you’re at Simosiwak Shrine, drop from the platform towards the east and down towards Ninjis Shrine. The coordinates you’re aiming for are 0335, 1884, 0177, give or take. Once again, you might need to use the Gust ability to make it, so don’t be shy about it.

The next step to get to Lake Saria in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom or TOTK is to look to the south-southwest. You’ll spot a large tree with several mushrooms glowing blue in the gloom. Those are Silent Shrooms, and following them will bring you to Lake Saria. You generally want to go to the west, but be sure to follow the trail of Silent Shrooms. Eventually, you’ll find yourself at the edge of the water of the lake. Swim across to the island in the middle (0067, 1898, 0173). Look inside the large, gnarled tree in the middle to find a chest. Open it to get the Forest Dweller’s Bow. For other weapons in the set, check out our Walton’s Treasure Hunt guide. Also, fishing in Lake Saria can get you a Stealthfin Trout or two.

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