Kanto Route 17

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Kanto
Route 17
17番道路
Route 17
Kanto Route 17 HGSS.png
Map description
An easy path of Cycling Road running above the sea.HGSS
Also known as Pokémon Road. A place where trainers and Pokémon can walk together.PE
Required for navigation
Connecting locations
 
Route 16
 
Route 17
 
Route 18
 
Location
Kanto Route 17
Location of Route 17 in Kanto.
Kanto Route 17 RBY.png Kanto Route 17 GSC.png Kanto Route 17 FRLG.png
Gen I Gen II Gen III
Pokémon world routes
Route 16       Route 18

Route 17 (Japanese: 17番道路 Route 17) is a route located in western Kanto. It connects Route 16 in the north to Route 18 in the south. In Generations I through IV, the route is also known as Cycling Road (Japanese: サイクリングロード Cycling Road), where only people with Bicycles or Motorcycles are permitted to travel on the road, making the route a favorite hangout for motorcyclists and bicyclists alike. In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, it is instead known as Pokémon Road (Japanese: ポケモンロード Pokémon Road), as the Bicycle isn't obtainable in these games.

Route description

This is a description of the route as it is shown in Generations I, II, and III. For a description of the Generation IV version of Route 17, see Differences among generations.

From Route 16 south, two stone paths in the grass provide bikers with a guide on where to travel. Just south of the northern terminus is a grassy area containing wild Pokémon east of the eastern path. South of the grass, a third stone path begins, paralleling a narrow channel of water along its entire length.

Several paces south of the north bank of the channel, the middle stone path ends, becoming a dirt path as it runs between the aforementioned water body and a second channel that begins at this point. The west stone path runs along the west bank of the new channel, meeting the dirt path at the southern end of the channel.

About 20 paces south of the junction between the western and central paths, a small strip of land connects the western and eastern paths and separates a small body of water from the long channel to the north. The two paths merge into a single Route 17 just south of this point.

Two more stone paths form at this point, lining the western and eastern edges of the route. They come to an end at a ledge that also marks the end of Route 17.

Though the water is not blocked off from the route, Surfing along Route 17 is prohibited. If attempted, the game will say "Cycling is fun! Forget SURFing!"

The player is shown to be standing (that is, without riding their bicycle) when fishing in Generations I and II. However, catching Pokémon by fishing is only possible in Generation I; it will always fail to catch a Pokémon in Generation II. In Generations III and IV, it is not possible to try fishing in the Cycling Road.

Items

One of the items below is in a different location in the original Red and Green version, and is listed separately. Other items are in the same location.

Item Location Games
  Rare Candy Four squares east and one square north of the northernmost Cue Ball, in the patch of grass (hidden)  Rᴶ  G 
  Rare Candy Four squares east and two squares north of the northernmost Cue Ball, in the patch of grass (hidden)  R  B  Y 
  Full Restore One square west and six squares north of the northernmost wooden signboard (hidden)  R  B  Y 
  Max Revive Five squares west and four squares south of the fourth wooden signboard from the north (hidden)  R  B  Y 
  PP Up Fourteen squares south of the second Cue Ball from the north on the east bridge segment (hidden)  R  B  Y 
  Max Elixer Three squares south and two squares west of the southernmost Biker (hidden)  R  B  Y 
  Full Restore On the middle bridge segment, two squares west of the first wooden signboard from the north (hidden)  FR  LG 
  PP Up On the middle of the western paved road, aligned horizontally with the second wooden signboard from the north on the middle bridge segment (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Rare Candy On the middle of the eastern paved road, aligned horizontally with the third wooden signboard from the north on the middle bridge segment (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Max Revive On the middle of the western paved road, aligned horizontally with the wooden signboard on the small grass bridge which connects the western and the eastern bridge segments (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Max Elixir Three squares east of the southernmost sign (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Max Ether In the northeastern patch of grass (hidden)  G  S 
  Max Elixer Left side of the fence on the south end of the Cycling Road (hidden)  G  S  C 
  Max Ether On west bridge segment (hidden)  HG  SS 
  Max Elixir On west bridge segment (hidden)  HG  SS 
  Dawn Stone Sometimes given out by Biker Aiden if the player has his phone number  HG  SS 
  Dusk Stone Sometimes given out by Biker Reese if the player has his phone number  HG  SS 
  Super Potion In front of the benches in the northeast  P  E 
  Super Lure In the field of grass south of the Eeveelution Trainers  P  E 
  Great Ball ×3 In the field of grass south of the Eeveelution Trainers  P  E 
  Elixir In the field of grass north of the body of water  P  E 
  TM58 (Drill Run) Reward for defeating Coach Trainer Grantley  P  E 
  Rare Candy In the field of grass south of the body of water  P  E 
  Silver Pinap Berry ×5 In the southeastern field of grass  P  E 
  Nugget Amidst yellow flowers near the southern benches  P  E 
  Super Repel Behind the southernmost benches  P  E 
  Blast-Off Set From Jessie and James after defeating them, after becoming Champion  P  E 

Pokémon

Generation I

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
  Raticate
R B Y
  Grass
25, 27, 29 30%
  Spearow
R B Y
  Grass
20, 22 40%
  Fearow
R B Y
  Grass
25, 27 5%
  Fearow
R B Y
  Grass
27, 29 20%
  Ponyta
R B Y
  Grass
28, 30, 32 24%
  Doduo
R B Y
  Grass
24, 26, 28 25%
  Doduo
R B Y
  Grass
26-28 55%
  Dodrio
R B Y
  Grass
29 1%
Fishing
  Magikarp
R B Y
  Fishing
Old Rod
5 100%
  Poliwag
R B Y
  Fishing
Good Rod
10 50%
  Goldeen
R B Y
  Fishing
Good Rod
10 50%
  Tentacool
R B Y
  Fishing
Super Rod
5 25%
  Tentacool
R B Y
  Fishing
Super Rod
5, 15 70%
  Shellder
R B Y
  Fishing
Super Rod
25, 35 30%
  Krabby
R B Y
  Fishing
Super Rod
15 25%
  Goldeen
R B Y
  Fishing
Super Rod
15 25%
  Magikarp
R B Y
  Fishing
Super Rod
15 25%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Generation II

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
     
  Fearow
G S C
  Grass
28-30 40% 40% 0%
  Fearow
G S C
  Grass
30-32 40% 40% 0%
  Grimer
G S C
  Grass
27-29 50% 0% 80%
  Grimer
G S C
  Grass
29-31 55% 0% 0%
  Grimer
G S C
  Grass
29 0% 20% 0%
  Grimer
G S C
  Grass
29-33 0% 0% 95%
  Muk
G S C
  Grass
32 5% 5% 0%
  Muk
G S C
  Grass
30-32 0% 0% 15%
  Muk
G S C
  Grass
33 5%
  Slugma
G S C
  Grass
29 5% 0% 5%
  Slugma
G S C
  Grass
25-27 0% 35% 0%
  Slugma
G S C
  Grass
29-32 0% 35% 0%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Generation III

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
  Rattata
FR LG
  Grass
22 5%
  Raticate
FR LG
  Grass
25, 27, 29 25%
  Spearow
FR LG
  Grass
20, 22 30%
  Fearow
FR LG
  Grass
25, 27 5%
  Doduo
FR LG
  Grass
24, 26, 28 35%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Generation IV

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
     
  Grimer
HG SS
  Grass
27-29 50% 50% 80%
  Fearow
HG SS
  Grass
28-30 40% 40% 0%
  Muk
HG SS
  Grass
30-32 5% 5% 15%
  Slugma
HG SS
  Grass
27, 29 5%
Special Pokémon
  Plusle
HG SS
  Hoenn Sound
27-28 20%
  Minun
HG SS
  Hoenn Sound
29 20%
  Shinx
HG SS
  Sinnoh Sound
27-29 40%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Generation VII

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
  Pidgey
P E
  Grass
33-38 10%
  Pidgeotto
P E
  Grass
33-38 10%
  Rattata
P E
  Grass
33-38 5%
  Raticate
P E
  Grass
33-38 5%
  Psyduck
P E
  Grass
33-38 15%
  Ponyta
P E
  Grass
33-38 20%
  Rapidash
P E
  Grass
33-38 5%
  Doduo
P E
  Grass
33-38 20%
  Dodrio
P E
  Grass
33-38 5%
  Eevee
P E
  Grass
33-38 5%
Rare Spawns
  Chansey
P E
  Grass
33-38 -
While riding a Flying Pokémon
After becoming Champion
  Pidgey
P E
  Midair
3-56 60%
  Pidgeotto
P E
  Midair
3-56 35%
  Pidgeot
P E
  Midair
3-56 5%
Rare Spawns
  Charizard
P E
  Midair
3-56 -
  Articuno
P E
  Midair
3-56 -
  Zapdos
P E
  Midair
3-56 -
  Moltres
P E
  Midair
3-56 -
  Dragonite
P E
  Midair
3-56 -
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Trainers

Generation I

Trainer Pokémon
 
Cue Ball
Reward:  725
  Machop Lv.29
No item
  Machoke Lv.29
No item
 
Cue Ball
Reward:  725
  Mankey Lv.29
No item
  Primeape Lv.29
No item
 
Biker
Reward:  560
  Weezing Lv.28
No item
  Koffing Lv.28
No item
  Weezing Lv.28
No item
 
Biker
Reward:  660
  Muk Lv.33
No item
 
Biker
Reward:  580
  Voltorb Lv.29
No item
  Voltorb Lv.29
No item
 
Cue Ball
Reward:  825
  Machoke Lv.33
No item
 
Cue Ball
Reward:  725
  Primeape Lv.29
No item
  Machoke Lv.29
No item
 
Cue Ball
Reward:  650
  Mankey Lv.26
No item
  Mankey Lv.26
No item
  Machoke Lv.26
No item
  Machop Lv.26
No item
 
Biker
Reward:  580
  Weezing Lv.29
No item
  Muk Lv.29
No item
 
Biker
Reward:  500
  Koffing Lv.25
No item
  Weezing Lv.25
No item
  Koffing Lv.25
No item
  Koffing Lv.25
No item
  Weezing Lv.25
No item


Generation II

Trainer Pokémon
 
Biker Riley
リュウジ Ryūji
Reward:  1088
  Weezing Lv.34
No item
 
Biker Glenn
ヒデト Hideto
Reward:  1024
  Koffing Lv.28
No item
  Magmar Lv.30
No item
  Weezing Lv.32
No item
 
Biker Joel
シュウ Shū
Reward:  1024
  Magmar Lv.32
No item
  Magmar Lv.32
No item
 
Biker Charles
テツヤ Tetsuya
Reward:  960
  Koffing Lv.30
No item
  Charmeleon Lv.30
No item
  Weezing Lv.30
No item
Trainers with a telephone symbol by their names will give their Pokégear number to the player, and may call or be called for a rematch with higher-level Pokémon.


Generation III

Trainer Pokémon
 
Cue Ball Isaiah
エイスケ Eisuke
Reward:  696
 
  Machop Lv.29
No item
  Machamp Lv.29
No item
 
Biker Virgil
ユウヤ Yūya
Reward:  560
  Weezing Lv.28
No item
  Koffing Lv.28
No item
  Weezing Lv.28
No item
 
Cue Ball Raul
ジョウ
Reward:  696
  Mankey Lv.29
No item
  Primeape Lv.29
No item
 
Biker Billy
ケイタ Keita
Reward:  660
  Muk Lv.33
No item
 
Cue Ball Jamal
チカラ Chikara
Reward:  624
  Mankey Lv.26
No item
  Mankey Lv.26
No item
  Machamp Lv.26
No item
  Machop Lv.26
No item
 
Biker Nikolas
ショウジ Shōji
Reward:  580
  Voltorb Lv.29
No item
  Voltorb Lv.29
No item
 
Cue Ball Zeek
タツキ Tatsuki
Reward:  792
  Machoke Lv.33
No item
 
Cue Ball Corey
センゴ Sengo
Reward:  696
 
  Primeape Lv.29
No item
  Machoke Lv.29
No item
 
Biker Jaxon
トモアキ Tomoaki
Reward:  580
 
  Weezing Lv.29
No item
  Muk Lv.29
No item
 
Biker William
テツヤ Tetsuya
Reward:  500
  Koffing Lv.25
No item
  Weezing Lv.25
No item
  Koffing Lv.25
No item
  Weezing Lv.25
No item
  Koffing Lv.25
No item
Rematch
 
Cue Ball Isaiah
エイスケ Eisuke
Reward:  1176
 
  Machoke Lv.49
No item
  Machamp Lv.49
No item
 
Cue Ball Corey
センゴ Sengo
Reward:  1176
 
  Primeape Lv.49
No item
  Machamp Lv.49
No item
 
Biker Jaxon
トモアキ Tomoaki
Reward:  980
 
  Weezing Lv.49
No item
  Muk Lv.49
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


Generation IV

Trainer Pokémon
North of the split
 
Biker Dale
カンゴ Kango
Reward:  752
  Gulpin Lv.47
  Black Sludge
 
Biker Reese
リュウジ Ryūji
Reward:  720
 
  Weezing Lv.45
No item
East of the split
 
Biker Joel
シュウ Shū
Reward:  688
  Magmar Lv.43
No item
  Magmar Lv.43
No item
 
Biker Jacob
ケンエイ Ken'ei
Reward:  688
  Magmar Lv.43
No item
  Tentacruel Lv.43
No item
 
Biker Ernest
ジュンヤ Jun'ya
Reward:  704
 
  Teddiursa Lv.45
No item
  Marill Lv.44
No item
West of the split
 
Biker Aiden
トラゾウ Torazō
Reward:  720
 
  Tentacruel Lv.45
No item
 
Biker Dan
ゴウケン Gōken
Reward:  592
Potential Double Battle with Theron
  Gulpin Lv.39
No item
  Weezing Lv.37
No item
  Weezing Lv.37
No item
 
Biker Theron
ラリー Larry
Reward:  720
Potential Double Battle with Dan
  Croagunk Lv.45
No item
 
Biker Glenn
ヒデト Hideto
Reward:  688
  Koffing Lv.39
No item
  Magmar Lv.41
No item
  Weezing Lv.43
No item
 
Biker Teddy
テディ Teddy
Reward:  736
Potential Double Battle with Markey
  Seviper Lv.46
No item
 
Biker Markey
マーキー Markie
Reward:  752
Potential Double Battle with Teddy
  Skorupi Lv.47
No item
Rematch
 
Biker Reese
リュウジ Ryūji
Reward:  768/800/880
 
  Arbok Lv.42/48/56
No item
  Weezing Lv.48/50/55
No item
 
Biker Aiden
トラゾウ Torazō
Reward:  784/880
 
  Hypno Lv.50/55
No item
  Tentacruel Lv.49/55
No item
 
Biker Aiden*
トラゾウ Torazō
Reward:  928
 
  Tentacruel Lv.55
No item
  Hypno Lv.58
No item
  Tentacruel Lv.58
No item
 
Biker Ernest
ジュンヤ Jun'ya
Reward:  752/784
 
  Teddiursa Lv.46/48
No item
  Azumarill Lv.47/49
No item
 
Biker Ernest*
ジュンヤ Jun'ya
Reward:  864
 
  Ursaring Lv.58
No item
  Azumarill Lv.54
No item
Trainers with a telephone symbol by their names will give their Pokégear number to the player, and may call or be called for a rematch with higher-level Pokémon.


Generation VII

Trainer Pokémon
 
Picnicker Dalia
ミホ Miho
Reward:  740
2 Great Balls
  Vaporeon Lv.37
No item
 
Beauty Alexis
ヨウコ Yōko
Reward:  2,220
3 Poké Balls
  Jolteon Lv.37
No item
 
Lass Mila
ユウキ Yūki
Reward:  720
3 Poké Balls
  Flareon Lv.36
No item
 
Ace Trainer Johnson
ユウリ Yūri
Reward:  3,900
5 Ultra Balls
  Wartortle Lv.40
No item
  Magneton Lv.39
No item
  Marowak Lv.39
No item
 
Punk Guy Corey
セイゴ Seigo
Reward:  1,064
3 Poké Balls
  Primeape Lv.38
No item
  Graveler Lv.38
No item
 
Coach Trainer Grantley
ヌノシダ Nunoshida
Reward:  4,100
  Fearow Lv.40
No item
  Beedrill Lv.40
No item
  Sandslash Lv.41
No item
 
Beauty Samantha
テイコ Teiko
Reward:  2,220
3 Poké Balls
  Weepinbell Lv.37
No item
 
Gentleman Orson
テイラー Taylor
Reward:  4,560
3 Poké Balls
  Persian Lv.38
No item
 
Ace Trainer Maria
サエコ Saeko
Reward:  3,900
5 Ultra Balls
  Exeggutor Lv.40
No item
  Ninetales Lv.39
No item
  Starmie Lv.39
No item
 
Picnicker Misaki
チエリ Chieri
Reward:  740
2 Great Balls
  Vulpix Lv.37
No item
  Ivysaur Lv.37
No item
  Wigglytuff Lv.37
No item


Post-game

Trainer Pokémon
Master Trainer
 
Lass Aoi
アオイ Aoi
Reward: N/A
  Eevee Lv.75
Reflect Double-Edge
- -
Master Trainer
 
Scientist Albert
セイジロウ Seijirō
Reward: N/A
  Koffing Lv.70
Shadow Ball Will-O-Wisp
Protect -
Master Trainer
 
Scientist Elton
ケンジロウ Kenjirō
Reward: N/A
  Electrode Lv.75
Screech Headbutt
Light Screen -
Master Trainer
 
Hiker Farkas
ケンタ Kenta
Reward: N/A
  Rhyhorn Lv.70
Dragon Pulse Fire Blast
- -




Trainer Tips

Generation I

TRAINER TIPS
All Pokémon are unique. Even Pokémon of the same type and level grow at different rates.

TRAINER TIPS
Press the A or B Button to stay in place while on a slope.

Generation III

TRAINER TIPS
All Pokémon are unique. Even Pokémon of the same Pokémon and level grow at different rates.

TRAINER TIPS
Press the B Button to stay in place while on a slope.

Differences among generations

Generations I and III

Besides graphical updates, few noticeable changes are present between the original games and their remakes. In Generation III, the flowers are removed and lampposts are added on both sides of the route. Fishing is also prohibited along the route in the remakes.

Generation II

In Generation II, the southern portion of Route 17 was substantially reduced in length. Also, the number of Trainers along the route was reduced from 10 in other generations to four. Every signpost is removed and a portion of Route 18 is moved to this route as well.

Generation IV

In Generation IV, the layout of the route is completely changed. Route 17 is finally depicted as a metal bridge, matching the Midori Harada artwork more closely. At the north of the route, the bridge now attaches to elevated land, so that the bridge is explicitly inclining down as the player travels south. The water ponds in the center of the route are removed. The bridge has a unique design this time, with textures not found in other places. From both the south and north, the route starts as a single path but later divides into two segments. While the west path is wide, with lampposts designed similarly to that of Generation III, the east path is narrower with lights above the road. Like Generation II, the signposts are removed. Traveling north on the route also no longer incurs a penalty to speed.

Generation VII

Due to the removal of the Bicycle, the route no longer requires a Bicycle to traverse it. The layout of the route is a path notable for its large amount of flowers and grass compared to other Generations.

In the spin-off games

Pokémon Pinball

In Pokémon Pinball, Cycling Road appears on the Red table; catchable Pokémon include Spearow, Doduo, Lickitung, and Snorlax.

In the anime

 
The Cycling Road from the original series

A Cycling Road first appeared in The Bridge Bike Gang, although is was notably different than in the games, connecting to Sunnytown instead of Fuchsia City. At first, Ash and his friends were unable to cross it due their lack of bicycles, but to their luck, the local Nurse Joy allowed them to use loaned bicycles to deliver a medicine to the Sunnytown Pokémon Center. On the way, they were attacked by the local bike gang, led by Chopper. However, once the bike gang learned of the group's delivery mission, they let them pass and accompanied them all the way to Sunnytown. It was also revealed that Jessie and James had been members of the bike gang before they had joined Team Rocket.

A Cycling Road also appeared in The Green Guardian, this time connecting to Fuchsia City, like in the games. Ash and his friends intended to travel through it on their way to the Battle Pike, but found out that it was closed, forcing them to take a detour. It turned out that the road had been closed due to a group of huge vines having grown out of nowhere, blocking it off. With the help of the Pokémon Ranger Solana, Ash and his friends found out that the cause of the vines was an injured Celebi, who had grown them in order to protect itself. After the group had helped Celebi recover, the Time Travel Pokémon made the vines disappear, opening the Cycling Road up once again and allowing Ash and his friends to use it to continue their journey.

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

Red, Green & Blue chapter

The Cycling Road debuted in Blame It on Eevee, where Erika's Tangela caused Red to crash his bike. About to complain to the owner, Red was stopped by some of her minions, telling him that Erika is from the richest family in Celadon City and the local Gym Leader as well. After hearing that she was the Gym Leader of Celadon City, Red wanted to challenge her, but she said that she would only challenge him if he found an Eevee. Red tried to contact Professor Oak at the Route 17 Pokémon Center to find out what an Eevee is, but he was out. Suddenly, Red got a call from his old friend Bill, who helped him find an Eevee, which turned out to be capable of changing between its three evolutions at will due to an experiment of Team Rocket.

Pokémon Pocket Monsters

Cycling Road appeared in Get the Flying Machine!!.


Trivia

  • One of the signs along the route says "Don't throw the game, throw Poké Balls instead", probably referring to the fact the player may get frustrated with the fact that they're losing a battle, and also it is common for someone to throw a game controller, or a hand-held console, if they get frustrated at a game, thus breaking the fourth wall.
  • Jessie and James appearing here during the post-game of Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! could be a reference to them being former members of the Cycling Road bike gang in the anime.

In other languages

Cycling Road

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 自行車道 Jihhàhngchē Douh *
單車路 Dāanchē Louh *
單車徑 Dāanchē Ging *
單車專線 Dāanchē Jyūnsin *
Mandarin 自行車道 / 自行车道 Zìxíngchē Dào *
單車路 / 单车路 Dānchē Lù *
  Czech Cyklostezka
  Danish Cykling Road
  Finnish Pyörätie
  French Piste Cyclable
  German Radweg
  Italian Pista Ciclabile
  Korean 사이클링 로드 Cycling Road
  Polish Ścieżka Rowerowa
  Brazilian Portuguese Estrada da Bicicleta (manga)
Estrada de Ciclismo (The Official Pokémon Handbook)
  Spanish Camino de Bicis
  Vietnamese Con đường Xe Đạp

Pokémon Road

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 寶可夢大道 Pokémon Daaihdouh
Mandarin 寶可夢大道 / 宝可梦大道 Pokémon Dàdào
  French Piste Pokémon
  German Pokémon-Weg
  Italian Passeggiata Pokémon
  Korean 포켓몬 로드 Pokémon Road
  Spanish Camino de Pokémon


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Settlements
Pallet TownViridian CityPewter CityCerulean CityVermilion CityLavender Town
Celadon CitySaffron CityFuchsia CityCinnabar IslandIndigo Plateau
Routes
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Landmarks
Professor Oak's LaboratoryViridian ForestDiglett's CavePewter Museum of ScienceMt. Moon (Square) • Cerulean Cave
Underground Path (Kanto Routes 5-6)Underground Path (Kanto Routes 7-8)S.S. AnneS.S. AquaSea CottageRock Tunnel
Power PlantCycling Road/Pokémon RoadTeam Rocket HideoutSilph Co.Magnet TrainPokémon TowerSafari Zone/Pal Park
GO ParkSeafoam IslandsPokémon MansionCinnabar LabPokémon League Reception GateVictory RoadTohjo Falls
Access to
Sevii IslandsJohto


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