Tears of the Kingdom: All 11 Geoglyph Locations

Get a full gist of Tears of the Kingdom lore by uncovering the mysteries of all Geoglyph locations.

Geoglyphs are basically large unique, and meaningful motifs present on various parts of Hyrule. You can find a Dragon Tear on each of these Geoglyph locations, which provides further context about the story and characters of Tears of the Kingdom.

Key Takeaways
  • In Tears of the Kingdom, there are 11 Geoglyph locations and 12 Dragon Tears in total.
  • Collecting all Dragon Tears unlocks 18 memories that reveal the game’s lore and characters.
  • The final Dragon Tear is obtained after visiting all Geoglyphs.
  • It’s highly recommended to use Skyview Towers for easier access to these locations.
  • The Geoglyph locations are as follows:
    1. North Hyrule Plane, near Impa.
    2. Tabantha Hills.
    3. South of Eldin Canyon, between Trilby Plain and Tribal Valley.
    4. North of Faron, near Riverside Stable.
    5. Gerudo Highlands, below Sophia Table.
    6. South West of Hyrule Ridge, top of Illumeni Plateau.
    7. South East Corner of East Nebula.
    8. North Tabantha Tundra.
    9. Talus Plateau.
    10. Central Hyrule, between Hylia Island and Mount Flora.
    11. Northeast of the Great Hyrule Forest.
    • Secret Geoglyph: Rist Peninsula.
  • Visiting the Geoglyphs in order helps you understand the game’s lore.
  • The remaining memories unlock after completing the main storyline.
Important: Before beginning the hunt for Dragon Tears, it is recommended to complete the Impa and the Geoglyph questline.

What Are Geoglyphs In Tears of the Kingdom?

Like Elden Ring, Tears of the Kingdom relies on environmental storytelling and lore to provide the full context of the story. The Dragon Tears found on each of these Geoglyph locations play a short cutscene once you interact with them. Each of these cutscenes provides new insight into different characters like Zelda and Raruru or sometimes about Hyrule in general.

Motif
Skydiving Towards a Geoglyph [Image by eXputer]
Visiting each Geoglyph location on the map in the correct order will give you a much clearer idea of the Tears of the Kingdom’s lore than seeing it in jumbled order. These Geoglyphs are located on different parts of the map. The best way to find them is by launching yourself up high in the air using a nearby Skyview Tower or a self-constructed airmobile, as the overhead view helps locate the Geoglyphs more easily. 

Impa And The Geoglyphs

The Dragon Tears questline is an extension of the Impa and the Geoglyphs questline, and it is recommended to go through this questline before hunting down all of the Dragon Tears. Impa can be found in the New Serenne Stable, near the Sinkawak Shrine in the Hyrule Field area.

Important: His location is exactly where the first Geoglyph is, which is discussed below.

Follow the Impa’s instructions and complete his quest for the first Dragon Tear. Following the quest further will take you to Mayausiy Shrine and give a rough estimate of where to find each of these Geoglyphs.

All Tears of the Kingdom Geoglyph Locations

GeoglyphLocation Memory Dragon Tear location Coordinates
Geoglyph #1North Hyrule plane near ImpaWhere Am I?Rauru’s left eye.-1412, 0966, 0123
Geoglyph #2Tabantha HillsAn unfamiliar world At the top of the gatehouse in the center of the castle.-2551, 1888, 0319
Geoglyph #3South of Eldin Canyon, between Trilby Plain and Tribal Valley Mineru's CounselToward the top of the Purah Pad screen.0694, -1309, 0053
Geoglyph #4North of Faron, near Riverside Stable The Gerudo AssaultIn a copse of trees along the Molduga’s back.0694, -1309, 0053
Geoglyph #5Gerudo Highlands, below Sophia TableA Show of FealtyOn a high cliff on Ganondorf’s shoulder.-3178, -1699, 0418
Geoglyph #6South West of Hyrule Ridge, top of Illumeni PlateauZelda and SoniaOn the right side, towards the bottom of of Sonia’s hair.3096, -0077, 0211
Geoglyph #7South East Corner of East NebulaSonia is Caught by TreacheryNortheastern edge in the dagger’s hilt3325, -3566, 0004
Geoglyph #8North Tabantha Tundra Birth of the Demon KingIn the decorations on Ganon(dorf)’s cloak near his right elbow.-1863, 3621, 0236
Geoglyph #9Talus PlateauThe Sages’ VowAlong the outer curve of the stone along the northern edge.4467, -0304, 0074
Geoglyph #10Central Hyrule, between Hylia Island and Mount FloraA King’s DutyIn the flowers on the left side of the headstone.-0649, -2683, 0068
Geoglyph #11Northeast of the Great Hyrule ForestA Master Sword in TimeNear the tip of the blade.0891, 2951, 0362
Secret Geoglyph Rist PeninsulaTears of the DragonIn the middle of the Rist Peninsula, you will find the last Dragon Tear.4534, 2144, 0000

After completing the Impa’s questline, you’ll have a nice idea of where to find each of these Geoglyphs, but in case you are still having trouble pinning it down, here are all the exact locations of Geoglyphs along with the coordinates of Dragon Tears in Tears of the Kingdom.

I have enlisted all Tears of the Kingdom Geoglyph locations in chronological order so that each cutscene feels like a continuation of the next.

Important: Using Skyview Towers to dive into these Geoglyphs is recommended, as getting to these locations on foot is relatively much harder.

Geoglyph #1 – Rauru

Dragon Tear Coordinates: -1412, 0966, 0123

Location of Geoglyph
Rauru Geoglyph [Image by eXputer]
The first Geoglyph is present right where Impa is standing, and locating its Dragon Tear is part of her quest line. This Geoglyph is located on the North Hyrule Plane, and its Dragon Tear can be found on Rauru’s right eye.

Location of Dragon Tear
Tears of the Dragon #1 [Image by eXputer]

Geoglyph #2 – Temple

Dragon Tear Coordinates: -2551, 1888, 0319

Location of Tears of the Kingdom Geoglyph on map
Temple Geoglyph [Image by eXputer]
The second Geoglyph is located near the Tabantha Hills. The easiest way to reach this Geoglyph is by skydiving from the Wind Temple or Linder’s Brow. The Dragon Tear is located right in the middle of the Geoglyph, and it’s pretty evident from above.

Location of Dragon Tear
Tears of the Dragon #2 [Image by eXputer]

Geoglyph #3 – Purah Pad

Dragon Tear Coordinates:1828, 0737, 0089

Location of Tears of the Kingdom Geoglyph on map
Purah Pad Geoglyph [Image by eXputer]
The third Geoglyph is reminiscent of the Purah Pad/Nintendo Switch, located south of Eldin Canyon and between the Trilby Plain and Tribal Valley. The closest tower to it is the Elden Canyon Skyview Tower. The Dragon can be found right in the middle of the Purah Pad.

Location of Dragon Tear
Tears of the Dragon #3 [Image by eXputer]

Geoglyph #4 – Molduga

Dragon Tear Coordinates: 0694, -1309, 0053

Location of Geoglyph
Molduga Geoglyph [Image by eXputer]
The fourth Geoglyph is located north of the Faron region, right across the Riverside Stable. It is situated on top of Batera Lake, and the nearest tower you can jump from to get here is the Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower. The Dragon Tear is located right in the middle of the trees, as shown in the image below.

Location of Dragon Tear
Tears of the Dragon #4 [Image by eXputer]

Geoglyph #5 – Ganondorf

Dragon Tear Coordinates: -3178, -1699, 0418

Location of Tears of the Kingdom Geoglyph on map
Ganondorf Geoglyph [Image by eXputer]
The fifth Geoglyph is located on Gerudo Highlands, right below the Sophia Table on top of the cliffs. The Dragon Tear will be right in the middle of the cliff, and the easiest way to get there is by utilizing the Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower.

Location of Dragon Tear
Tears of the Dragon #5 [Image by eXputer]

Geoglyph #6 – Queen Sonia

Dragon Tear Coordinates: -3096, -0077, 0211

Location of Geoglyph
Queen Sonia Geoglyph [Image by eXputer]
The sixth Geoglyph is located to the South West of Hyrule Ridge, right on top of the Illumeni Plateau. The Dragon Tear is located in between Sonia’s two hair curls. Reaching this Geoglyph location in Tears of the Kingdom by using the Gerudo Highlands Skyview Tower is the recommended way to get there.

Location of Dragon Tear
Tears of the Dragon #6 [Image by eXputer]

Geoglyph #7 – Scimitar

Dragon Tear Coordinates: 3325, -3566, 0004

Location of Geoglyph
Scimitar Geoglyph [Image by eXputer]
The seventh Tears of the Kingdom Geoglyph location has a shape resembling a huge Scimitar, which is very clearly visible even from the map. It is located on the Southeast corner of the map, near the East Nebula. The Dragon Tear of this Geoglyph is located on the left hilt of the Scimitar. Rebella Wetlands Skyview Tower is one I would recommend skydiving to this Geoglyph.

Location of Dragon Tear
Tears of the Dragon #7 [Image by eXputer]

Geoglyph #8 – Demon King

Dragon Tear Coordinates: -1863, 3621, 0236

Location of Tears of the Kingdom Geoglyph on map
Demon King Geoglyph [Image by eXputer]
The eighth Geoglyph is located in the North Tabantha Tundra. You can jump there either from the East Hebra Sky Archipelago or the Pikida Stonegrave Skyview Tower. The Dragon Tear can be found right in the middle left of the Geoglyph.

Location of Dragon Tear
Tears of the Dragon #8 [Image by eXputer]

Geoglyph #9 – Sacred Stone

Dragon Tear Coordinates: 4467, -0304, 0074

Location of Tears of the Kingdom Geoglyph on map
Sacred Stone Geoglyph [Image by eXputer]
The ninth Geoglyph can be found right above where the Talus Plateau is written on the map. Skydive there using the Mount Lanayru Skyview Tower. The Dragon Tear can be found near the Geoglyph’s curved section.

Location of Dragon Tear
Tears of the Dragon #10 [Image by eXputer]

Geoglyph #10 – Memorial Stone

Dragon Tear Coordinates: -0649, -2683, 0068

Location of Geoglyph
Memorial Stone Geoglyph [Image by eXputer]
You can find the tenth Geoglyph south of Central Hyrule, between Hylia Island and Mount Flora. The Geoglyph looks like a Memorial Stone, and the Dragon Tear is located on the left side of the grave, right on top of the flower. You can dive there from the Popla Foothills Skyview Tower.

Tears of the Dragon #10 [Image by eXputer]

Geoglyph #11 – Master Sword

Dragon Tear Coordinates: 0891, 2951, 0362

Location of Tears of the Kingdom Geoglyph on map
Master Sword Geoglyph [Image by eXputer]
The eleventh Geoglyph is located to the Northeast of the Great Hyrule Forest. You can jump there either from the North Hyrule Sky Archipelago or Typhlo Ruins Skyview Tower. Right on the tip of the Master Sword Geoglyph, you will find the Dragon Tear.

Location of Dragon Tear
Tears of the Dragon #11 [Image by eXputer]

Secret Geoglyph – Final Memory

Dragon Tear Coordinates: 4534, 2144, 0000

Location of Dragon Tear
Tears of the Dragon #12 [Image by eXputer]
After visiting all Geoglyph locations and watching their respective cutscenes in Tears of the Kingdom, the game will mark the final Dragon Tear location on the map. It is located on the top right portion of the map, right top of the Rist Peninsula. In the middle of the Rist Peninsula, you will find the last Dragon Tear.

Reward

Completing this questline will unlock a pathway that will enable you to obtain the most iconic weapon of the game, “Master Sword.” This weapon has unlimited durability and never breaks, no matter how many foes you slay with it.

Doing this questline only unveils 12 of the story memories. Don’t worry; you will unlock the rest by progressing the storyline, except for the memory tear locked behind the Great Deku Tree interaction.

Wrapping Up

Finding these Geoglyphs require fast traveling to different parts of them, and if you have all the shrines unlocked, getting o them is even easier. For all Shrine locations, consider going through our guides on all 152 shrines in Tears of the Kingdom.

For more guides that cover locations of different points of interest, check out our guides on cave locations, Bargainer Statue locations, outfit locations, and Great Sky Island Shrine locations.

This concludes my Tears of the Kingdom Geoglyphs locations guide, in which I discussed the location of each Geoglyph along with their respective Dragon Tears on the map in chronological order.


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