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Elden Ring Map Locations Guide – All Locations

Find all locations of the Elden Ring map in this guide.

Elden Ring boasts of a vast open-world map with huge locations to explore. When you play the game, you will notice the scale and scope of gameplay on offer, thanks to the intricately-detailed diverse locations on offer. If you are new to the game, however, it can be difficult to understand just how many locations are present in the game’s map. We understand how overwhelming this can be, and we have got just the guide to ease your dilemma. Here, we will show you all of the map locations, as well as how to get to them. So, without further ado, let’s get exploring!

Elden Ring Map Locations Guide

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Limgrave West Map Location in Elden Ring

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Limgrave West is the first location you will find yourself in when you begin Elden Ring. This location is very close to the Gatefront Ruins. The Agheel Lake & Church of Elleh are also in close proximity.

Limgrave East Map Location in Elden Ring

Once you move on from Limgrave West, you will inevitably find yourself exploring Limgrave East. Limgrave West is a part of Mistwood Forest, and here, you will come across aggressive bears. We recommend you keep your distance from these monsters.

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Liurnia East Map Location in Elden Ring

If you make your way to Liurnia of the Lakes, you will likely come across Liurnia East. To get to it, you first need to clear the cliffs towards the south of Liurnia.

Liurnia North

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Liurnia North is located slightly towards the northwest of Liurnia East. At this location in the Elden Ring map, you will come across a Site of Grace and several sunken buildings.

Liurnia West

You will find this location towards the northwest of Liurnia of the Lakes.

Weeping Peninsula

To get to the location of the Weeping Peninsula on the Elden Ring map, you need to get on the road that goes to Castle Morne.

Ainsel River

Ainsel River is one of the more trickier locations to find on the Elden Ring map. To get here, you need to travel underground. To do so, find the Ainsel River Well and head down into it. Once you get in, keep moving past the Uhl Palace Ruins and bug colonies. At some point during this walk, you will come across a large creature that you need to dodge.

Leyndell Royal Capital

Getting to the location of Leyndell Royal Capital will give you a pair of Golden Seeds along with the Outer Wall Phantom Tree Site of Lost Grace. To get here, move past the Great Lift into Leyndell.

Dragonbarrow

You will find this location in Caelid. Dragonbarrow is relatively easy to find as it is located pretty much in the center of the two Minor Endtrees in the vicinity.

Caelid

You will find Caelid towards the south of the region.

So there you have it. These are all of the different locations you can explore and visit in the Elden Ring map. As you can see, there are loads of places you can go to. While some are tricky to find, getting to them is definitely a fun experience.

With your map knowledge now complete, take a look at our Elden Ring Guides.