Pokemon Let's Go Power Plant - How to Find the Power Plant in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee

Pokemon Let's Go Power Plant - How to Find the Power Plant in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee

Here's how to find the Power Plant location in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee.

Many things return in the remake of Pokemon Yellow, including the old ruined Power Plant. Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee are actually remakes of Pokemon Yellow, and they bring back a lot of things from our former adventure in the Kanto region. In this Pokemon Let's Go Power Plant guide, we'll be walking you through where to find the Power Plant in Pokemon Let's Go as easily as possible.

How to Find the Power Plant in Pokemon Let’s Go

If you use the map in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee (which is stored in your bag), you’ll see that the Power Plant is right next to Route 10 on the map. However this isn’t quite accurate.

To reach the Power Plant, you’ll first want to go to the very northern area of Route 10, above the sole Poke Center in the area. Then, when you’re on the grassy area at the very top of the route, make your way over to the edge of the water.

You’ll now need to use the Sea Skim technique that you’ve acquired through the main story of Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee. Use the Sea Skim to surf on the water, and you’ll want to follow the river south.

Keep following the river south on your board, and you’ll come to a small lake. Now head west, and you can hop off your board on the northern shore. Dead ahead of you is the entrance to the Power Plant itself, where you can capture Zapdos.

And that’s all you need to know to gain access to the Power Plant in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee. Now that we’re done with this page, you can head over to our Pokemon Let’s Go Articuno guide, or our Pokemon Let’s Go transfer guide for more.

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