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Where to find Apples in Genshin Impact

There are dozens of different collectible resources, including plants and ore, in Genshin Impact. You’ll be using them primarily in things like cooking recipes and leveling up your characters. Some resources are much easier to find than others, but you may find yourself in a situation where you’ll need a lot of them at one time. When that happens, it’s time to go farm. So, whether it’s for an event or you’re going on a cooking spree, here’s where to find Apples in Genshin Impact.

Where to find apples in Genshin Impact

You can find apples hanging on trees around Mondstadt and by scavenging through barrels. Here are some locations where you can find apples in Genshin Impact:

  • Stormbearer Mountains
  • Lynn’s Camp
  • Dadaupa Gorge

Stormbearer Mountains

You will find an apple tree near the Stormbearer Mountains waypoint. Hit it a few times with your weapon to knock some loose, and you should find about three to four of them.

Lynn’s Camp

Another spot to find an apple or two is over at Lynn’s Camp, right outside Mondstadt. There’s usually one or two on the ground next to her.

Dadaupa Gorge

Teleport to the Eagle’s Gate domain in Dadaupa Gorge, and make your way west. You will come across not one but two apple trees with a few juicy reds! You should get about six apples in total from this one spot. 

You should have plenty of apples now, especially if you hit these three spots every single day. Chances are you won’t need all that many apples throughout your journeys, but when Liben comes to town, who knows? 

What do apples do in Genshin Impact?

Apples are a food item you can eat to restore 300 HP. It is an ingredient in the following cooking recipes:

  • Satisfying Salad: Increases all party members’ CRIT rate by 9% for 300s.
  • Northern Apple Stew: Restores 32% of Max HP, and an additional 1,250 HP.

Anyway, I hope this helps you out. Still hungry? Check out our guide on where to find Carrots. You may also enjoy our other Genshin Impact posts like our Crystal Ore and Artifact farm routes. If you like exploring, you can also check out our post on achieving 100% exploration!

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