Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom – Rabella Wetlands Skyview Tower

    The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is a huge game with a huge map. There are 15 of these towers across the land and each fills in a chunk of the map with vital topographical information! Use our Zelda TotK Rabella Wetlands Skyview Tower Guide to help you fill in your world map by knocking out this tower!

    You need the paraglider to tackle the Skyview Towers. Just follow our guide here to learn all about the process of getting it! Using the paraglider makes this process a lot easier because some towers are a cinch to activate by gliding from other locations or using some different techniques with it.

    I activated every tower with 1 Stamina Wheel and 4 Hearts. It’s extremely possible to do these towers in any order you wish without too much trouble. Some Towers are easy enough to just walk up to and activate, while some require a short little adventure in order to gain entry to them. 

    Some of these Towers are in cold or hot areas. You can prepare some meals to counteract the natural elements. I do recommend maybe grabbing a piece of helpful gear to help save you time and to prevent Link from taking damage from extreme temperatures!


    Coordinates: (2419, -2762, 0222)

    Region: Necluda, East Necluda

    How to Get Inside the Tower

    Getting to the tower on foot or via partial air travel is easy. However, it is surrounded by thorns. The everlasting rains of the wetlands make them difficult to burn the thorns away. Or does it?

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    Use the nearby wood and Ultrahand to make an awning. Then just pop the thorns with a fire arrow. This will clear away the entrance in seconds!

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    Payne Grist
    Payne Grist
    Payne is a huge fan of JRPGs. SQUARE ENIX owns his heart, especially their 'FINAL FANTASY' series. He is currently studying various mediums of art and Japanese.

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