Mount Coronet Pokemon Brilliant Diamond

Do you want to reach Mount Coronet Summit in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond? If so, it means that you need to know how to reach this area. Here, you can find the steps to reach Mount Coronet and also the other things about Mount Coronet.

About Mount Coronet

Mount Coronet is the highest mountain in the Sinnoh region. Previously, this mountain was known as Hisui. It is part of a long mountain range which divides the region in half. Most of the mountain is a deep cave. However, you are able to find some above-ground areas in which it snows constantly.

Mount Coronet Pokemon Brilliant Diamond

The cave winds through the mountain and as a centerpiece of the region, the cave links Oreburgh City, Eterna City, Hearthome City, Celestic Town, and Snowpoint City through Routes 207, 208, 211, 216, and 217. If you want to fully navigate the caves of the mountain, you need surf, defog, strength, rock smash, waterfall and rock climbing.

The legend tells that Mount Coronet is where the Sinnoh region started. Dialga, Palkia and Giratina were created by Arceus at the Spear Pillar as well as the Adamant, Lustrous and Griseous Orbs and then fell asleep which never ended on the highest point of the mountain.

This mountain has a special magnetic field. It is able to cause Magneton and Nosepass to evolve into Magnezone and Probopass when they level up here. At the Spear Pillar and Hall of Origin, it is still able to happen.

The Steps to Reach Mount Coronet Summit in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl

According to Gamepur, the best way to go to the Summit of Mount Coronet is to proceed to Route 208 or 207. These routes will get you to the main cave which connects these two. After that, you have to reach the north part of the cave at the entrance which connects Route 207 to Mt. Coronet. Then, you have to go up to the area where you are able to use Swim so that you can reach the other side. After that, you need to follow the path to where you are able to use Rock Climb on the wall and proceed through this path.

o go to the Summit of Mount Coronet

You need to continue this way up Mount Coronet until you can reach a snowy area. You have to go on going to the right side and then up and you will get to another area where you must use Rock Climb. You must only use the ability once and then you have to proceed to the left.

Mount Coronet until you can reach a snowy area

You will go to the left where you can find the tall grass and then you have to follow this path to the next cave entrance. Inside, there will be a wall that you are able to use Rock Climb and then you will be on the correct path to the Mount Coronet Summit.

Some Youtube Videos About Mount Coronet Pokemon Brilliant Diamond

There are some videos on Youtube that you are able to watch about Mount Coronet in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond. Here are some videos about it.

    • A video from GosuNoob entitled How to Get to Mount Coronet Summit Peak in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl which was uploaded on November 21st, 2021. The length of the video is 4 minutes 19 seconds and it has been watched more than 13k times.
    • A video from Gamers Heroes entitled Pokemon Brilliant Diamond And Shining Pearl Mount Coronet Summit Guide which was uploaded on November 19th, 2021. The length of the video is 3 minutes 59 seconds and it has been watched more than 16k times.
    • A video from HeroVoltsy entitled Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Part 28 MT Coronet To Spear Pillar Gameplay Walkthrough which has been watched more than 9k times and the length of the video is 30 minutes.
    • A video from Sauce McGavin entitled How To Get To The Summit Of Mt. Coronet ~ Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl which was uploaded on November 19th, 2021. The length of the video is 4 minutes 12 seconds and it has been watched more than 4k times.
    • A video from No-Nonsense Guides entitled Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Mount Coronet Summit – How to Reach in Shining Pearl which was uploaded on November 20th, 2021. The length of the video is 2 minutes 57 seconds and it has been watched more than 400 times.

Pokemon in Mount Coronet (Route 207 Entrance)

There are a number of Pokemon that you can encounter in Mount Coronet. Here are some of them.

Pokemon that you can encounter in tall grass or cave are:

    • Machop
      Morning: Uncommon
      Day: Uncommon
      Night: Uncommon
    • Geodude
      Morning: Uncommon
      Day: Common
      Night: Common
    • Cleffa
      Morning: Uncommon
      Day: Very Rare
      Night: Very Rare
    • Meditite
      Morning: Rare
      Day: Rare
      Night: Rare
    • Zubat
      Morning: Rare
      Day: Uncommon
      Night: Uncommon
    • Chingling
      Morning: Rare
      Day: Rare
      Night: Rare

Pokemon that you can encounter via Old Rod is:

    • Magikarp
      The appearance rate is very common.

Pokemon which you can encounter via Good Rod are:

    • Magikarp
      The appearance rate is very common.
    • Barboach
      The appearance rate is common.

Pokemon that you can encounter via Super Rod are:

    • Gyarados
      The appearance rate is very common.
    • Whiscash
      The appearance rate is common.

Pokemon that you can encounter while surfing are:

    • Zubat
      The appearance rate is very common.
    • Golbat
      The appearance rate is rare.

Pokemon is Mount Coronet 2F

Pokemon that you can encounter in Tall Grass or Cave are:

    • Bronzong
      Morning: Uncommon
      Day: Uncommon
      Night: Uncommon
    • Graveler
      Morning: Uncommon
      Day: Uncommon
      Night: Uncommon
    • Machoke
      Morning: Rare
      Day: Rare
      Night: Rare
    • Clefairy
      Morning: Rare
      Day: Rare
      Night: Rare
    • Medicham
      Morning: Rare
      Day: Rare
      Night: Rare
    • Golbat
      Morning: Rare
      Day: Rare
      Night: Rare
    • Chingling
      Morning: Rare
      Day: Rare
      Night: Rare
    • Bronzor
      Morning: Very Rare
      Day: Very Rare
      Night: Very Rare

Pokemon in Mount Coronet (Top)

Pokemon that you can encounter in tall grass or cave are:

    • Snover
      Morning: Uncommon
      Day: Uncommon
      Night: Uncommon
    • Abomasnow
      Morning: Uncommon
      Day: Uncommon
      Night: Uncommon
    • Medicham
      Morning: Uncommon
      Day: Uncommon
      Night: Rare
    • Machoke
      Morning: Uncommon
      Day: Uncommon
      Night: Rare
    • Chingling
      Morning: Rare
      Day: Rare
      Night: Rare
    • Bronzong
      Morning: Very rare
      Day: Very rare
      Night: Very rare
    • Clefairy
      Morning: Very rare
      Day: Very rare
      Night: Very rare
    • Golbat
      Morning: None
      Day: None
      Night: Rare
    • Noctowl
      Morning: None
      Day: None
      Night: Rare

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