One of the best tasks to accomplish first in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is to find every Skyview Tower. After you do so, you’ll be able to explore the surface and sky more easily! You’ll also be able to better mark places to investigate and revisit.
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Lookout Landing Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Lookout Landing Skyview Tower are -0292, 0137, 0025.
This is likely the first Skyview Tower you’ll encounter in your adventures. Before you can use it, you need to do a main quest for Purah—who is also found in Lookout Landing. Afterward, you’ll get the Paraglider and Purah points towards the now-open Skyview Tower in Lookout Landing.
Lindor’s Brow Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Lindor’s Brow Skyview Tower are -1901, 1243, 0297.
You’ll find this tower to the northwest of Central Hyrule and New Serenne Stable—though it’s much closer to the latter. However, the tower itself is on a raised island that is surrounded by a small moat.
To reach this tower’s entrance, you’ll need to build a bridge up to the raised island by using nearby construction resources, trees that you cut down, Zonai devices, and anything else you want.
Rospro Pass Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Rospro Pass Skyview Tower are -3686, 2342, 0233.
Despite being a bit farther from Central Hyrule than Rito Village, you’ll actually need to get to the Rospro Pass Skyview Tower first to reach the aforementioned village. This means you’ll have to scale various mountains to the northwest of the Lucky Clover Gazette to find this tower.
Once you do, you’ll also have to clear away some thorns barring the entrance by burning them. You can use a fire arrow, throw a Fire Fruit, or use a Flame Emitter to get rid of the pesky thorns.
Pikida Stonegrove Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Pikida Stonegrove Skyview Tower are -2319, 3066, 0443.
As you’re trying to find every Skyview Tower, this one takes you far to the northwest. You’ll have to head into the Tabantha Tundra and scale yet more mountains to reach the Pikida Stonegrove Skyview Tower. While doing so, make sure to dress warmly as this region is pretty chilly!
Additionally, this tower is on top of a raised plateau. The easiest way to get up there is to repair the broken wooden bridge to the south. This bridge is in two halves: simply attach them together by using Ultrahand to create a way to walk and climb up to the tower on the plateau.
Thyphlo Ruins Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Thyphlo Ruins Skyview Tower are 0343, 3133, 0180.
This Skyview Tower is on a large island north of the Great Hyrule Forest, which itself is north of Central Hyrule. With that said, you must skirt west around the Great Hyrule Forest to reach the ruins housing the Thyphlo Ruins Skyview Tower.
Amidst the eponymous ruins, there are some floating platforms and Zonai devices scattered about the tower. You need to use these resources to get into the Thyphlo Ruins Skyview Tower from above, as its main entrance is locked. Once you get above the tower, drop down carefully into its central shaft. Afterward, use the terminal within to unlock the tower’s main entrance.
Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower are 1637, 1183, 0225.
Northeast of Central Hyrule, this tower is located a bit east of Woodland Stable. It’s especially important to unlock the Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower because there aren’t any others north of here. This makes it the quickest and easiest way to get into the skyborne areas above Goron City and Death Mountain.
Although this tower is also located at a pretty high altitude compared to the surrounding landscape. This means you’ll need to do a lot of climbing to reach it…unless you make use of one of the fallen rocks nearby. Use Recall on one of these fallen rocks to soar up into the sky and glide to the Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower without needing to climb as much.
Upland Zorana Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Upland Zorana Skyview Tower are 2858, 0582, 0379.
On your quest to find every Skyview Tower, you’ll likely reach the one in Upland Zorana the easiest—it’s a short distance southeast of the Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower. The Upland Zorana Skyview Tower is also the closest tower to Zora’s Domain and the sky islands above it.
Much like in Zora’s Domain, there’s a lot of black sludge clogging up the area around the Upland Zorana Skyview Tower. To clear away the gunk blocking the main entrance, you’ll need to use water. Throw a Splash Fruit or use a Zonai hydrant to wash away the muck.
Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower are 3493, 2019, 0188.
The Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower is northeast of both the Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower and the Upland Zorana Skyview Tower. A good checkpoint to make note of as you’re traveling through the Akkala Highlands is South Akkala Stable.
Unlike a lot of the other locked towers, this one is pretty easy to open. There’s an Aerocuda flying around with this tower’s terminal in its claws. All you need to do is shoot the winged beast down with a single arrow and the nearby tower technician will do the rest.
After this, the tower’s main entrance lets you in without any issues. If you’re having trouble hitting the Aerocuda, fuse any kind of monster eyeball to an arrow to make it home-in on your aerial target.
Hyrule Field Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Hyrule Field Skyview Tower are -0753, 1019, 0064.
You’ll find the Hyrule Field Skyview Tower relatively close to Lookout Landing: explore to the southwest of this central settlement. The Skyview Tower in Hyrule Field is almost directly south of the Susuyai Shrine. On top of that, this tower is on top of a hill.
Although finding this tower is easier than activating it. This already defensible location is surrounded by wooden stakes and other fortifications set up by a group of pesky Bokoblins and Moblins.
You’ll need to fight your way through this horde to claim the Skyview Tower for yourself! Thankfully, there are a lot of explosive barrels which you can put to good use for clearing out the enemies here.
Popla Foothills Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Popla Foothills Skyview Tower are 0602, -2119, 0098.
This Skyview Tower is in the northern part of the swampy Faron region—which is to the southeast of Hyrule Field and southwest of West Necluda. Despite the area being quite hilly, you should be able to spot the tower’s bright white lights from afar.
While easy to reach, you’ll find that the terminal within the tower is inactive. To power up the tower, you need to find its technician. The poor fellow is trapped in some nearby ruins.
Look a bit north of the Skyview Tower and you’ll find a well. Leap down it to find the technician. To free him, you must solve a simple pressure plate puzzle. Afterward, the friendly Hylian fixes the tower’s terminal and you’ll be able to use it!
Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower are 1344, -1170, 0166.
To track down this tower, you’ll need to visit the West Necluda region. There’s a relatively steep slope to the south of the Lanayru Wetlands: this is where you’ll find the Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower. Another landmark to look out for is the Pillars of Levia—which are a short chain of mountains east of this Skyview Tower.
As for getting into the tower itself…you’ll need to find a way in beside the main entrance. However, this time, you don’t need to go above: you’ll have to search below! The Rito tower technician in front of this tower’s locked door mentions a nearby cave.
This is a hint that you need to explore the Sahasra Slope Cave, which leads under the tower. To find an entrance to this cave, head a touch northwest and look at the rocky cliffside beneath the tower.
In addition to a ton of breakable rocks in your way (smash through them with a hammer-type weapon), there’s a specific spot where you need to use Ascension. Head to the coordinates 1345, -1179, 0131: there’s a boulder here you need to move with Ultrahand to uncover a small hole. This hole leads to a cavern chamber with a Bubbulfrog and a few ore nodes.
Once you loot the area, use Ascension to swim up into the Skyview Tower. There are long sticks preventing the door from opening on either side, so move them by picking them up or using Ultrahand. Afterward, the tower technician can enter the tower and repair the terminal for you.
Rabella Wetlands Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Rabella Wetlands Skyview Tower are 2419, -2762, 0222.
You’ll need to get to the Rabella Wetlands in your quest to find every Skyview Tower. This marsh amidst the ribcage of some long-dead giant rests among the many mountains of East Necluda.
If you’re approaching the above coordinates from the west, you’ll find the tower east of Mount Floria, and, if you’re approaching from the north, you’ll need to pass Meda Mountain and the huge hole into the depths located there.
As is the case with a few other towers, the one in the Rabella Wetlands is surrounded by some annoying thorn bushes. However, the constant rain here prevents you from simply burning them away with a fire arrow, Fire Fruit, or Flame Emitter.
Thankfully, there’s an easy way around this: use the scaffolding and nearby construction materials to make a roof over the thorns blocking the tower’s entrance. Afterward, you can light these thorn bushes on fire since there’s no longer rain pouring down on them.
Mount Lanayru Skyview Tower
The coordinates for the Mount Lanayru Skyview Tower are 3846, -1307, 0539.
As you can guess from this tower’s name, it’s found on Mount Lanayru—which is the big mountain south of Zora’s Domain. If you’re traveling here from the north, you’ll have to cross Lanayru Bay, and, if you’re coming from the west, you’ll need to go around the gaping hole into the depths found in Naydra Snowfield.
With that said, there’s nothing special you need to do to get into or activate this Skyview Tower! All you have to do is climb the steep and icy slopes of Mount Lanayru to reach it.
Gerudo Canyon Skyview Tower
The coordinates for the Gerudo Canyon Skyview Tower are -2432, -2178, 0307.
To reach this Skyview Tower, head southwest from Hyrule Field. You’ll likely need to pass through the gap between Mount Hylia and Mount Nabooru to approach Gerudo Canyon—or go over one of them. Once you climb the northern end of Gerudo Canyon’s plateau, you’ll spot the Skyview Tower.
Sadly, the tower is locked. Although it’s pretty easy to open, as, all you need to do is get the tower technician to the locked entrance. There’s some scaffolding with two platforms: one at the top and one at the bottom—the latter is where the technician is standing.
Attach nearby objects to the platform at the top with Ultrahand. Once you’ve added enough weight to it, the top platform descends and raises the one holding the technician. After the technician reaches the top of the makeshift lift, they’ll open the Skyview Tower’s locked entrance for you.
Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower
The coordinates of the Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower are -3959, -1313, 0422.
There is no easy way to reach this Skyview Tower, as it’s surrounded by frigid mountains and fairly tough enemies. The Gerudo Highlands are north of the Gerudo Desert—and this tower is very much at the heart of this mountainscape.
We recommend approaching the Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower from the east…unless you want to face off against the Frost Gleeok that hangs out on the plateau north of the tower.
Though making your way here is tough, that’s not the only challenge. To activate this tower, you’ll need to go underground, as the entrance is buried in snow. Go north of the tower to find Meadela’s Mantle Cave. Within, you must voyage down the river in the cavern and reach the wooden platforms at the end. You’ll easily be able to do so by making a raft from construction materials near this cave’s entrance.
Position your raft at coordinates -3962, -1305, 0377—which is directly under some wooden docks beneath the tower. Then use Ascension to zoom into the tower’s terminal room. Open the main entrance and activate the terminal so that you can soar into the sky above.
Once you find every Skyview Tower (and unlock them), the world is your oyster! Nothing is truly beyond your reach anymore: you can go nearly anywhere on the surface and in the sky—including mysterious labyrinths. Use this to get around efficiently, bypass terrain obstacles, and enjoy some of the best views in Tears of the Kingdom.