Hammerlocke Hills

Galar Region - Hammerlocke Hills
Hammerlocke Hills (Town Map view)
Galar Region - Hammerlocke Hills
Hammerlocke Hills (In-game view)

Area Description

Hammerlocke Hills is one of eight zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast North Wild Area. It borders Hammerlocke City to the north.

The landscape boasts a high cliffside to the south that overlooks Dusty Bowl. Lake of Outrage and Giant’s Cap make up its western boundaries, while Giant’s Mirror provides a narrow border to the far east. There are seven Pokémon Dens and two Berry trees. In addition, Trainers have access to an ingredients seller and a Watt trader.

Pokémon Sword players can catch Axew and Growlithe in the tall grass. Also lurking in the tall grass is Trapinch and Vulpix for Pokémon Shield players. Pumpkaboo fan? Good news! Keep your eyes open for Super Size Pumpkaboo, as well as its other three forms: Large, Small, and Average.

Random Galar Locations

Galar Region - Dappled Grove

Dappled Grove

Dappled Grove is one of 17 zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast Wild Area. It is located between Watchtower Ruins and Rolling Fields.

Galar Region - Lake of Outrage

Lake of Outrage

Lake of Outrage is one of eight zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast North Wild Area. It borders Hammerlocke Hills and Giant’s Cap.

Galar Region - Rolling Fields

Rolling Fields

Rolling Fields is where you’ll get your first taste of Pokémon Sword and Shield’s Wild Area, a sprawling land mass full of life, beauty, and danger.

Galar Region - Giant's Mirror

Giant’s Mirror

Giant’s Mirror is one of 17 zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast Wild Area. It lies between Hammerlocke Hills and Stony Wilderness.

Galar Region - Giant's Cap

Giant’s Cap

Giant’s Cap is one of 17 zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast Wild Area. It borders four other major zones in the North Wild Area.

Galar Region - Giant's Seat

Giant’s Seat

Giant’s Seat is one of nine zones found in Pokémon Sword and Shield’s vast South Wild Area. It is bordered by North Lake Miloch and South Lake Miloch.

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