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How to Reach Charro’s Hidden Grave in Elden Ring Shadow of the Erdtree

There’s an area between the starting location and the Cerulean Coast in the Elden Ring Shadow of the Erdtree DLC known as Charro’s Hidden Grave. Charro’s Hidden Grave is a secluded sub-region teeming with a few treasures to find if you can reach them. Nestled between the Gravesite Plain above and the Cerulean Coast below, this area is often overlooked due to its concealed location. Here’s how to reach it:

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How do I get to Charro’s Hidden Grave in Elden Ring Shadow of the Erdtree?

First, head toward Jagged Peak. To get there, travel past the Dragon’s Pit Terminus Site of Grace. For tips on how to get there follow my Dragon Hunter’s Great Katana guide. This path will lead you to a challenging encounter with the Jagged Peak Dragon. He’s no slouch, but he’s got a simple move set.

Follow the southern path after defeating it, which will bring you to the Grand Altar of Dragon Communion. Here, you can exchange Dragon Hearts for powerful dragon-based spells, enhancing your combat abilities.

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From the Grand Altar of Dragon Communion, you can see a massive carcass of a dragon. Carefully walk along its body toward its foot, and then make a precise jump over the ankle joint to reach a narrow ledge on the opposite side. Drop down from this ledge, and you will land in a field of vibrant red flowers.

Follow the path through these flowers, heading southwest. This route will eventually lead you to the entrance of Charro’s Hidden Grave. The area is visually striking, with its lush flora contrasting the dark, hidden tomb.

Elden Ring and the Shadow of Erdtree DLC are available on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

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Cory Dinkel is a freelance writer for Siliconera since 2023. An award-winning digital journalist, he has worked for local and national news outlets for nearly a decade. His favorite genre is the JRPG and he will not be taking questions during his "There is Not a Love Triangle in Final Fantasy VII" speech.