"Sitting in a hot spring warms up your body and soul...and gradually fills you up with energy, Brother. Even Gorons need to cleanse their spirits once in a while..."

Hot Springs are recurring locations in the Legend of Zelda series. They are pools of Hot Spring Water found in various places throughout the world. Link can use a bottle to store the Hot Spring Water, but it turns into a normal Water after a certain amount of time.


The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Hot Springs are found in several subterranean areas. One is found beneath Darmani's grave in the Goron Graveyard, another is in a Hidden Hole on one of the Twin Islands, and a third is found Beneath the Well. Hot Spring Water can be used like Spring Water and has the capability to melt ice, like that encasing some Gorons.

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

Hot Springs are found in the Eldin Province; Hot Springs have curative powers that affect those who touch the spring water; the water can be bottled and drank like a potion. One Hot Spring may be found atop the Elde Inn in Kakariko Village, while another rests at the foot of the volcano on Death Mountain. The resident Gorons considers bathing in the Hot Spring a favorite pastime along with sumo; there is even a tourist gift shop near the spring on Death Mountain. Later in the game, Zora from Zora's Domain appear in the area in and around the Death Mountain Hot Spring.

The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks

Hot Springs appear only in the end credits: the Goron Elder is shown in a Hot Spring with two young Gorons.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Hot Springs can be found in the Hebra Mountains region, at the beginning of the climbing path for Death Mountain, and near Eldin Bridge. They cannot be put in bottles because bottles are not items in the game, however bathing in the Hot Springs will refill Link's hearts. They can also be used in cooking some ingredients. However, the Cryonis Rune cannot be used to create ice blocks on any of the hot springs' surfaces due to the Temperature Gauge being too high.

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