There are 64 landmarks you will need to find for Tao’s Exploration Log, of which 5 of them are located in Sunken Mine. Some of them are hidden around the maps while others are only accessible with specific gathering tools.
You will need to complete the following requirements to access all landmarks:
- Defeat the final boss: The final landmarks only become accessible once you beat the Ravaging Queen.
- Synthesize the Wind Shoes with Lightweight and Wind Rider: Some landmarks are locked behind wind currents or stone crossings. You will need the Wind Shoes with both effects in order to access these landmarks.
- A guide for synthesizing the Wind Shoes can be found here.
Sunken Mine Landmarks
There are 5 landmarks at the Sunken Mine. You will need Wind Shoes with the Lightweight and Wind Rider effect to access some of them.
If you don’t have the Wind Shoes with the Wind Rider effect, check out our guide here on how to make them.
Evileater Tree Shore
Fast travel to Sunken Mine – Fairystone Mine. Head down the first ramp, then take the path to the right.
Continue up the next ramp and you will arrive at the Evileater Treeshore.
Fast travel to Sunken Mine – River Cave. Follow the road and take the path to the right just before the exit to the Forgotten Altar.
Continue along the path and you will arrive at the Riverside Rockwall.
Fast travel to Sunken Mine – Forgotten Altar.
Continue in a straight line to the center of the map and you will reach the Maiden’s Mirror. This is also where you will find the Great Ice Element.
In Sunken Mine – Forgotten Altar, continue past the Maiden’s Mirror and you will reach the Ancient Bridge. This landmark is unmissable, as it’s part of the main story’s progression.
In Sunken Mine – Forgotten Altar, head over to the northwest side of the map. You will find some wind currents.
Use the Wind Shoes to ride on the currents. Cross over to the other side and you will arrive at the Crystal Mine.