Elden Ring

Consecrated Snowfield - Mountaintops of the Giants

The Consecrated Snowfield is a sub-region located in Mountaintops of the Giants. It is the final trial for those seeking Miquella's Haligtree and can only be accessed by uniting the two halves of the Haligtree Secret Medallion. The snow-swept area is characterized by limited visibility, small golden lights, and various landmarks and dungeons to explore. The Consecrated Snowfield offers a challenging and immersive experience for adventurers.

How do I access the Consecrated Snowfield?

To access the Consecrated Snowfield, you need to unite the two halves of the Haligtree Secret Medallion, which can be found in the Village of the Albinaurics and Castle Sol. Once you have the medallion, you can bring it to the Grand Lift of Rold.

What can I expect in the Consecrated Snowfield?

The Consecrated Snowfield is a snow-swept, misty area with limited visibility. There are small golden lights that illuminate the path in some areas. The southwest part of the snowfield is home to the Yelough Anix Ruins, while the far north is where the Apostate Derelict can be found, which is inhabited by the sister of Latenna the Albinauric. Southeast of the Apostate Derelict is Ordina, Liturgical Town, which hides the entrance to the Haligtree.

What dungeons are in the Consecrated Snowfield?

The Consecrated Snowfield contains several dungeons, including the Consecrated Snowfield Catacombs, Yelough Anix Tunnel, and Cave of the Forlorn.

What landmarks are in the Consecrated Snowfield?

There are several landmarks in the Consecrated Snowfield, including the Yelough Anix Ruins, Albinauric Rise, Minor Erdtree, Apostate Derelict, and Ordina, Liturgical Town.

What are the Sites of Grace in the Consecrated Snowfield?

The Sites of Grace in the Consecrated Snowfield include Consecrated Snowfield, Inner Consecrated Snowfield, Ordina Liturgical Town, Apostate Derelict, Consecrated Snowfield Catacombs, Cave of the Forlorn, and Yelough Anix Tunnel.