There are some moments in The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening where it’s very obvious on where you need to go and other times where it’s not quite so obvious. When you are instructed to find the Mountain Waterfall for the fourth dungeon in the game, you assume you have to head to the northern mountain area, but actually finding how to get there can be a bit trickier. This guide will explain how you can get to the Mountain Waterfall in The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening.
You’re going to have to first return to Tal Tal Heights, which you visited earlier in the game prior to taking on the second dungeon in the game. Once you make it back to the Moblin base where you rescued BowWow before, head north and use your Power Bracelets to remove the rocks in your way to get to an upper path.
Once you are on this upper path, start heading east as far as you can while ignoring the ladders along the way. When you finally can’t go east anymore, head a big south and remove the rock blocking yet another path east. Go down this ladder here and fight off the enemies or just run past them to the east if you so choose.
Keep heading east and at the north end of the path you will finally see the Mountain Waterfall you’ve been looking for this whole time, which houses a lock out front for you to enter Angler’s Tunnel, the fourth dungeon in the game. There are more steps to actually get inside this dungeon, which you can also find in this guide here.