While fragile, Ice-type Pokemon are valuable assets to any team—especially the diverging Snorunt family. Here’s everything players need to know about finding Snorunt, Glalie, and Froslass in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet.
Like other regions in Pokemon, Paldea has a massive area to the north called Glaseado Mountain where a variety of Ice-type Pokemon can be found in abundance.
Here, new and returning Ice-Type Pokemon roam the frigid mountain—including Generation 3’s Snorunt and its evolutions Glalie and Froslass.
While Snorunt has some stiff competition with Generation 9’s new Ice-types like Cetitan and Baxcalibur, it can still prove to be a useful member of any team. Here’s where trainers can find Snorunt and its evolutions in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet.
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Where to find Snorunt in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet
Trainers can find Snorunt very commonly all across the Glaseado Mountain region. Snorunt can even be found wandering across areas that aren’t particularly covered in snow.
However, it’s worth noting that the Pokemon populating the northern area of Paldea are quite high-level. As such, trainers looking to try and catch a Snorunt early should exercise caution when exploring to the north.
Where to find Glalie in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet
Like Snorunt, Glalie is also a common encounter in the Glaseado Mountain region. However, Glalie is only encountered in certain portions of the region.
Specifically, trainers should look for Glalie in the following areas:
- The east side of Glaseado Mountain
- North Province (Area Three) – The flowery area before Ortega’s base
- The snow-covered area above Casseroya Lake
While Glalie is in fewer areas than Snorunt, it is not a particularly rare encounter. Provided trainers are in the right area, they should be able to find Glalie in the wild.
Where to find Froslass in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet
Unlike Snorunt and Glalie, Froslass is a rare encounter all over the Glaseado Mountain region.
For an easier time locating a Froslass in the wild, players may want to make a sandwich with a meal power that increases the chances of finding Ghost-type Pokemon, as Ice-types are already abundant on Glaseasdo Mountain.
How to evolve Snorunt into Glalie or Froslass
Players who want to evolve Snorunt into Glalie simply need to raise it to level 42.
Froslass, on the other hand, has some requirements to evolve. Froslass can only evolve from a female Snorunt exposed to a Dawn Stone.
Trainers can find Dawn Stones in Pokemon Scarlet & Violet in a handful of locations such as the auctions at Porto Marinada on in East Province (Area Three).
And that’s everything trainers need to know about finding Snorunt, Glalie, and Frosslass in Generation 9. Those looking to find out more about Pokemon Scarlet & Violet can check out our other guides below:
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