Cragonos Peak is the summit of western Mt. Cragonos, which is located at such a high altitude that it is above the clouds. The player first arrives here by exiting the Upper Cragonos Mines. The airship to Anthian City docks near a pillar next to the peak and the Sky Train from Route 10 has a station here as well.
A statue of Entei — one of the Legendary Beasts, is placed on Cragonos Peak and seemingly related to the ruins on top. A man there says that the Legendary Beasts will rush down the mountains to restore balance to the land if it is in danger. A Shiny Stone can be found behind the statue.
Ruins to Cragonos Sanctuary
Some damaged walls and an isolated tower are found on the very top of this place, leading to Cragonos Sanctuary. However, there are steep slopes requiring HM8 Rock Climb, which is only obtainable after defeating the Fluoruma Gym.
A "pier" for an airship to Anthian City is built on this peak and the airship docks right next to a pillar that the "pier" connects to. Rivals Jake and Tess are seen waiting there, and Tess asks the player if he or she truly knows where Anthian City is, noticing that the player seems to be puzzled with the airship. Then, they will board it along with the player and proceed to Anthian City - Housing District.
The Sky Train originally from Route 10 also has a station here for changing to the airship towards Anthian City. The train then continues to Route 11 on the other side of Cragonos Mines.
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|Grass Patches||Tall Grass||Lv. 22-25|
1/54 (Appr. 1.85%)
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|Shiny Stone||Behind the Entei Statue.|
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|Towns||Mitis Town • Cheshma Town • Lagoona Lake (Trenches) • Port Decca|
|Cities||Silvent City • Brimber City • Rosecove City (Beach) • Anthian City (Housing Dist. • Shopping Dist. • Battle Dist. • Park • Sewer) • Aredia City (Old Aredia • Aredia Ruins) • Fluoruma City • Frostveil City (Catacombs)|
|Routes||1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 • 9 • 10 • 11 • 12 • 13 • 14 • 15 • 16|
| Caves &|
|Glistening Grotto • Steam Chamber • Mt. Igneus (Igneus Depths) • Path of Truth • Silver Cove • Mt. Cragonos (Mines • Cliffs • Peak • Sanctuary • Spring • Chamber of the Jewel) • Desert Catacombs • Nature's Den • Calcite Chamber • Martensite Chamber • Dendrite Chamber • Titans' Throng • Freezing Fissure|
|Islands||Lost Islands (Deep Jungle)|
|Gale Forest • Old Graveyard • Secret Grove • Grove of Dreams • Fortulose Manor • Cosmeos Valley (Observatory) • Tinbell Tower (Construction Site) • Secret Lab|