Features and Overview
Safula Hill is located in the Hyrule Ridge. The Sanidin Park Ruins are located atop the Hill, and the White Horse can be found roaming the center of the Hill. The White Horse is necessary to complete Toffa's request in the Side Quest "The Royal White Stallion". Glendo occasionally travels along the road that runs across the Hill on his Horse.
Prior to the second Great Calamity, Zelda and Link across Safula Hill on the way to the Sanidin Park Ruins. Zelda thanks Link for his advice for calming her White Horse and notes that the White Horse wears the Royal Saddle and Bridle very well.
Safula Hill derives its name from sulfur.
|Names in Other Regions|
|Japanese||サルファの丘 (Sarufa no Oka)||Sulfur Hill|
|FrenchCA||Colline de Salfar||Salfar's Hill|
|FrenchEU||Colline de Salfar||Salfar's Hill|
|SpanishLA||Colina de Saffus||Saffus Hill|
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- "Safula Hill" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
- "A traveler... Tell me, have you seen a pure-white horse anywhere? A long time back, my grandfather told me that he once saw the royal family's white horse grazing on Safula Hill... The thing is...just the other day, one of our customers said he saw a white horse on Safula Hill recently... Could it be a relative of the royal family's white horse from my grandfather's day? Well, if you happen to see a white horse on your travels, do you think you could bring it back to me?" — Toffa (Breath of the Wild)
- ""Be sure to take the time to soothe your mount... That's the only way it will know how you truly feel." Your advice was quite helpful—thank you. This little one and I are getting along quite well now. At first, I wasn't sure if I should outfit him with all of the royal gear. I thought maybe he should have to earn it first. But it works! He wears it like a true natural. I'm trying to be a bit more empathetic. Benefit of the doubt, you know?" — Princess Zelda (Breath of the Wild)
- "Colina de Saffus" — Map (Breath of the Wild)