Trollweiss Mountain

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Trollweiss Mountain
Location on World Map
Trollweiss Hunter area Trollweiss Mountain Ice Path
Mountain Camp

Trollweiss Mountain is a snowy mountain located in Troll Country and is one of the largest mountains in Gielinor. The quest Troll Romance must be complete and players must have a sled to travel over it.

It is covered year-round in a thick layer of ice and snow, and powerful winds constantly sweep across it. Because of this harsh environment, little can survive apart from ice wolves, evergreen trees, and the endangered Trollweiss flower.

To reach the mountain peak, players must travel through a series of tunnels and paths in the Troll Country filled with highly aggressive and dangerous Ice trolls. On the summit the gnomish explorer Brambickle can be found.

Trollweiss flowers are found in the valley of Trollweiss Mountain.

The mountain slopes down steeply from north to south, making northward travel impossible on land. Players must use a sled to slide down from the summit. Along the slope are sapphire, chaos rune, and sled item respawns. At the base of the mountain is a tunnel that leads to both Keldagrim and the Fremennik Province.

Trolls have no settlements on the mountain, although they do visit it from time to time.

Underground[edit | edit source]

Far underneath the mountain lies the dwarven metropolis of Keldagrim, which was founded thousands of years ago during the God Wars. Without Trollweiss Mountain, it is very possible that the dwarves would have been driven to extinction.

Much of the snow on Trollweiss Mountain works its way beneath the surface into crevices, where it melts. The resulting water seeps down until it penetrates the ceiling of large underground caverns. From there it collects to form the River Kelda, which flows through Keldagrim.

Getting there[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Jagex has stated that the word 'Trollweiss' is a German word, so it is pronounced 'Trol-vise'.
  • The German word 'weiss' (also spelled as 'weiß') means 'white' in English. The name is a play on the mountain flower found in the alps above the treeline "Edelweiss".