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How to Get to Hinterlands and Horde Flight Path

I’m going to show you how to get to Hinterlands in Wow classic. You will also know how to get to Hinterlands horde flight path easily. Let’s begin.

How to Get to the Hinterlands

From Orgrimmar

You need to take the step to Tristfall Glades from Orgrimmar and continue south via Silverpine. After that, you will get to Hillsbrad Foothills. When you will reach Hillsbrad, you can the entrance to the Hinterlands. It will be north-east of Durnholde Keep. Keep moving and you will get to hinterlands. This path can easily lead to Aerie peak.

From Western Plaguelands

There is another route to hinterlands through western plaguelands. Move towards west and there you can find a path that will be near scholomance. It will lead you to the south and by using this route you don’t need to go through Aerie peak.

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From Eastern Plaguelands

You can also get to wow classic from eastern plaugelands. From gate move west and follow the path between the mountains to Plaguemist Ravine. Keep the troll towards Shindigger’s Camp and here you go. You are now at The hinterlands.

How to Get to Hinterland Horde Flight Path

After reaching the Hinterland, you can easily get to Horde Flight Path. You will start from north-east of Jintha’Alor and the take turn to The Overlook Cliffs.

Also Read:How to Get to Draenor from Stormwind and Orgrimmar

You will then reach Revantusk Village in south-east. Keep moving in this direction and you will get to the horde flight path in Hinterlands.

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For the zone before the Cataclysm, see Hinterlands (Classic).
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Capital(s)AllianceAerie Peak
MobJintha'Alor
RacesForest trollForest troll Forest troll
Wildhammer dwarfWildhammer dwarf Wildhammer dwarf
High elfHigh elf High elf
DraeneiDraenei Draenei
ForsakenForsaken Forsaken
Wildkin Wildkin
Ruler(s)Alliance  Falstad Wildhammer
Horde  Elder Torntusk
Former ruler(s)Mob  Vile Priestess Hexx †
Major settlementsHordeRevantusk Village
MobShadra'Alor
Minor settlementsAllianceQuel'Danil Lodge
AllianceStormfeather Outpost
HordeHiri'watha Research Station
NeutralShindigger's Camp
MobAltar of Zul
MobAgol'watha
MobShaol'watha
MobZun'watha
AffiliationWildhammer clan, Highvale, Alliance, Revantusk tribe, Forsaken, Horde, Vilebranch tribe, Green dragonflight
Former affiliation(s)Witherbark tribe, Old Horde, Amani Empire
Location Eastern Lordaeron
PvP statusContested territory

The Hinterlands, located in the eastern part of Lordaeron, is probably most notable for the Wildhammer dwarves who make their residence at Aerie Peak in the west. The Wildhammers have always been staunch allies of the Alliance. It is from the Hinterlands that these dwarves find and tame their world-renowned gryphons. The Razorbeak gryphons roam wild in this region.

Also in the Hinterlands is one of the last remaining settlements of the high elves in Lordaeron at the Quel'Danil Lodge.

The Hinterlands are also home to a large population of forest trolls, which are divided into three separate tribes. The Revantusk tribe is the only one that has declared sides in the Horde-Alliance conflict and support the Warchief of the Horde. The Vilebranch tribe holds residence in the massive troll city of Jintha'Alor as well as the Altar of Zul while the Witherbark tribe holds the smallest influence, hailing from the temples of Shadra'Alor.

In the northern part of the region is the ancient, massive tree, Seradane where the agents of the Green dragonflight have been corrupted. A massive portal on the side of the tree connects the servants of the AspectYsera to her own realm, the Emerald Dream.

History

Early history

The earliest inhabitants of the Hinterlands were the forest trolls of the Amani Empire. This ancient empire stretched across much of eastern Lordaeron with the Hinterlands at its heart. Many great troll cities were built in this region, and their colossal ruins still testify to the once-great empire. The great empire felt the beginnings of its doom when the exiled high elves arrived at Lordaeron. The trolls, though cunning and great in number, were no match for the arcane fires of the elven mages. The elven armies pushed the trolls out of the northern reaches of their empire and built their own cities in their newly acquired region: Quel'Thalas.

The trolls were forced to retreat to their bastions in the Hinterlands to the south, where they would remain, wary of the elves and their magic, for several generations.

When the humans of Arathor began organizing themselves into a true political entity, the trolls decided to prevent them from gaining a foothold in the political geography of the region. The Amani trolls massed their power in one last bid against their adversaries, but it was for naught. The high elves, seeing a way to be rid of the troll menace once and for all, taught the humans the secrets of the arcane arts. The trolls were no match for the combined armies and mages of the humans and high elves and they were utterly defeated. This defeat marked the last time the Amani forest trolls would join together as a single nation. Scattered and defeated, the remnants of the Amani returned to their homes in the Hinterlands. Because of their terrible loss, their well-established civilization was virtually gone, and their great monuments and temples began to crumble with no one to keep them up.

Wildhammer arrival

The next time the Hinterlands would play a significant role in history was the coming of the Wildhammer clan of dwarves. After the War of the Three Hammers, the Wildhammer dwarves forsook their subterranean homes of Grim Batol and traveled north to the Hinterlands where they built dwellings above the ground at the city of Aerie Peak. They adopted a society that focused less on metalworking and mining, and more on a closeness with nature. They were and remain unique among dwarves (and indeed, all races traditionally of the Alliance) in their cultivation of shamanistic practices. The dwarves also soon realized they had a strong affinity for the wild gryphons of the Hinterlands. Soon they trained gryphon riders who would fly into battle wielding the powers of the storm. So strong was the bond between the dwarves and the gryphons that the dwarves constructed an enormous monument in the likeness of a gryphon at Aerie Peak. Eventually, these gryphon riders would become perhaps their most valuable gift to the Alliance. Upon their arrival, the dwarves found themselves immediately at odds with the trolls of the Hinterlands. The trolls view the Wildhammers as squatters on their ancestral lands and spare no opportunity to accost the dwarves by attacking the gryphon aeries.[1]

By the time of the Wildhammer clan's arrival in the Hinterlands, the trolls had recovered some of their numbers after the devastating war. These remnants split themselves into three separate tribes. The Vilebranch tribe was the strongest and held the ancient Amani bastions of Jintha'Alor and the Altar of Zul. The Witherbark tribe was weaker than the Vilebranch, residing amongst the old temples of Shadra'Alor and the ruins of Hiri'Watha. The weakest of the three tribes was the Revantusk tribe. The Revantusk trolls were nomadic and called no place their home. For many hundreds of years, this was the state of affairs for the trolls.

Second War

Located to the southeast of the Capital City, the Hinterlands are home to the Wildhammer clan, renowned for their use of gryphons. Led at that time by Kurdran Wildhammer, the Wildhammer clan came under attack by what ultimately proved to be a diversionary tactic by WarchiefOrgrim Doomhammer. The Warchief deduced that if he sent a force to attack the Hinterlands, the Alliance would respond, allowing him to take the remainder of his forces into Quel'Thalas with the aid of Zul'jin and the Amani tribe. Realizing their plans, Anduin Lothar dispatched Turalyon and Khadgar, along with half the Alliance forces, to travel north to Quel'Thalas and come to the aid of the elves, while he aided Kurdran in clearing out the remaining Horde forces in the Hinterlands. Kurdran pledged his and his kingdom's aid to Anduin Lothar after the human Alliance aided them in forcing the invading orcs and forest trolls out of their homeland.

Following the Second War, Kurdran Wildhammer went to Draenor as part of the Alliance Expedition. Falstad Wildhammer stayed in Aerie Peak to succeed him as the High Thane and rule the Wildhammer clan. Kurdran and his gryphon riders participated in the Invasion of Draenor and was one of the heroes willing to sacrifice their lives to safeguard Azeroth. Kurdran Wildhammer would later have a statue in his likeness built in the Valley of Heroes to honor him for his heroic deeds.

During the war, the Old Horde had a base at Skulk Rock. Elder Torntusk was there among the forest trolls when they were driven out by the Alliance and Wildhammers all the way back to the Alterac Mountains.[2]

After the Third War

It was only after the defeat of the Burning Legion in Kalimdor that the Hinterlands began to grow in importance once again. After the Horde had established a new homeland in Kalimdor, emissaries were sent to the Eastern Kingdoms seeking allies. Some of these emissaries came to the trolls of the Hinterlands seeking to renew the friendships of old. The Vilebranch and the Witherbark refused outright, but the Revantusk trolls, seeking to raise their position, reluctantly agreed. Thereafter, the Horde aided the Revantusk in building their first settlement after centuries of wandering, Revantusk Village. Because of the aid they received, the Revantusk trolls became staunch allies of the Horde.

The Wildhammer dwarves at Aerie peak stood witness to the destruction around them. They watched helplessly as the humans and elves were destroyed by the Scourge and the crumbling of the Alliance of Lordaeron. Though the Scourge did not reach the Hinterlands, the dwarves remained on the edge of this frontier. After the Third War, the Wildhammers of the Hinterlands remained independent of the reformed Alliance but softened their isolationist stance when Alliance adventurers aided them and proved their worth to them.[3] During the invasion of Outland, many Wildhammer veterans from the Alliance Expedition rejoined the Alliance. In fact, their stronghold in Shadowmoon Valley and its other territories were bases for the Alliance.

Quel'Danil Lodge was used as a center of communication for the high elves of the Hinterlands. Their ambassadors were working to establish relationships with other races, with whom they shared their knowledge of the Witherbark trolls that inhabit the area in the southern Hinterlands.[4] After the Third War, they struck an alliance with the Wildhammer dwarves, much to the ire of their common enemy, the Revantusk trolls.[5]

Prior to the start of the Invasion of Outland, the Hinterlands were invaded by a group of Burning Legiondemons led by Highlord Kruul.[6]

Cataclysm

CataclysmThis section concerns content related to Cataclysm.

In order to prevent political turmoil in Ironforge, Falstad Wildhammer will help govern Ironforge as part of the Council of Three Hammers. With Falstad's inclusion into Alliance affairs, the Hinterland Wildhammer dwarves have pledged themselves to the Alliance.[7]

After the Cataclysm, the mainline Alliance and Horde forces turned their attention to this previously neglected region. The Wildhammer clan expanded eastward, setting up new camps such as Stormfeather Outpost in former Revantusk territory. The Horde presence was augmented with the Forsaken, who took over Hiri'watha, converting it into Hiri'watha Research Station. Both factions also increased their pressure on the native unaligned trolls, driving them out of their former camps and setting up their own camps on the footsteps of Jintha'Alor. The Witherbark tribe was driven from the Hinterlands by the Forsaken.[8]

At some point, a group of young draenei moved into the Hinterlands under the leadership of Ambassador Rualeth. While some of them are seen in Aerie Peak, others moved to the Quel'Danil Lodge. These draenei hope to act as Alliance emissaries and recruit the high elves and Wildhammers of the Hinterlands to the Alliance cause.

As part of the Forsaken offensive in all the continent, the lodge came under attack. With the help of adventurers, the Highvale high elves and the draenei settlers were able to repel the invaders.[9] The Highvale documents were also retrieved from the chaos by Alliance adventurers and safely delivered to Anchorite Traska.[10]

Overall, however, the land suffered little from the Cataclysm, retaining its serene, peaceful green landscape of forests and grasslands. A new tunnel was carved into the southern mountains, connecting the Hinterlands with the Arathi Highlands.

Getting there

Horde Horde
From Durnholde Keep in the Hillsbrad Foothills, head northeast. Eventually, you should come to a break in the mountains ([84, 32][1]). Head through the pass into the Hinterlands. The Horde flight path is in the far east of the zone, on the coast. Make your way across the country to the east until you find the road at Hiri'watha. Follow the road east almost all the way to the cliffs, then take the trail branching northeast (away from the troll city Jintha'Alor). The trail should take you to a path leading down the cliffs. Once on the beach, head to the south. You will find the Horde outpost, Revantusk Village.
Alliance Alliance
From Refuge Pointe, head northwest towards a tunnel connecting Arathi Highlands and the Hinterlands Head through the tunnel into the Hinterlands.[36.13, 30.23] The Alliance outpost is very close to the entrance to the zone: just head straight northwest along the road and you will come to Aerie Peak. Going northeast will lead you to another Alliance settlement: the high elven Quel'Danil Lodge.

Geography

While there are no instanced dungeons in the Hinterlands, the zone is notable for its huge outdoor micro dungeon, Jintha'Alor.

The Hinterlands are the location of Seradane, one of the four Great Trees leading to the Emerald Dream and guarded by the four Emerald Dragons. The three others are in Ashenvale, Duskwood, and Feralas.

Maps and subregions

Topographic map of the Hinterlands

Elite areas

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How do you get to the hinterlands from Stormwind?

To get to the Hinterlands, start at the Wetlands and cross Thandol's Span in theArathi Highlands. Follow the road west and pass through Thoridan's Wall in the Hillsbrad Foothills. Durnholde Keep will be on the right hand side of the road. North of the keep is a path through the hills into the Hinterlands.

To The Hinterlands

Level

43
Requires Level 38

Experience

2500 XP
(this quest may give money at max level)

Previous

In Search of The Temple

Next

Gryphon Master Talonaxe

Objectives 

Speak with High Thane Falstad Wildhammer at Aerie Peak in the Hinterlands.

Description 

As I mentioned earlier, I attempted to scout the temple on my own from the air. Well, I wasn't exactly alone.

I traveled to the renowned gryphon aviary at Aerie Peak in The Hinterlands. There I enlisted the aid of one of their finest pilots. The pilot fell off his mount, down into the swamp...

In my old age the poor fellow's name eludes me. The master of the aviary would remember, no doubt.

Journey there and seek out Falstad Wildhammer.

We need to find out what happened to that pilot.

Completion 

What do you want, laddy? Can't you see I've got problems to take care of here? Who has time to stand around yapping with some <race> chatterbox?

There are trolls coming out of the woodwork! Make it snappy.

Details 

To get to the Hinterlands, start at the Wetlands and cross Thandol's Span in the Arathi Highlands. Follow the road west and pass through Thoridan's Wall in the Hillsbrad Foothills. Durnholde Keep will be on the right hand side of the road. North of the keep is a path through the hills into the Hinterlands. There will probably be a pair of gryphons patrolling the entrance. Follow the path until it turns into a road. The road leads to Aerie Peak. Falstad can be found below the gryphon master's platform.

Quest progression

  1.  [43G] In Search of The Temple
  2.  [43] To The Hinterlands
  3.  [43] Gryphon Master Talonaxe
  4.  [43] Rhapsody Shindigger
  5.  [43] Rhapsody's Kalimdor Kocktail
  6.  [43] Rhapsody's Tale
  7.  [50D] Into The Temple of Atal'Hakkar

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How to get to The Hinterlands, Aerie Peak Classic WoW

The Hinterlands

Race(s)

Wildhammer dwarf
Forest troll
High elf
Green Dragonflight

The Hinterlands are probably most notable for the Wildhammerdwarves who make their residence at Aerie Peak in the west. The Wildhammers have always been staunch allies of the Alliance. It is from the Hinterlands that these dwarves find and tame their world-renowned gryphons.

Also in the Hinterlands is one of the last remaining settlements of the high elves in Lordaeron at the Quel'Danil Lodge.

The Hinterlands are also home to a large population of forest trolls, which are divided into three separate tribes. The Revantusk are the only one of the three that has declared sides in the Horde/Alliance conflict, and support the warchief Thrall of the Horde. The Vilebranch tribe holds residence in the massive troll city of Jintha'Alor as well as the Altar of Zul while the Witherbark tribe holds the smallest influence, hailing from the temples of Shadra'Alor.

In the northern part of the region is the ancient, massive tree, Seradane where the agents of the green dragonflight have been corrupted. A massive portal on the side of the tree connects the servants of the Aspect Ysera to her own realm, the Emerald Dream.

Getting there

Alliance Alliance

From Southshore, head northeast. Eventually you should come to a break in the mountains

[84, 32]

, northeast of Durnholde Keep. Head through the pass into the Hinterlands. The Alliance outpost is very close to the entrance to the zone: just head straight north along the road and you will come to Aerie Peak.

Horde Horde

From Tarren Mill in Hillsbrad Foothills, head southeast. Eventually you should come to a break in the mountains

[84, 32]

, northeast of Durnholde Keep. Head through the pass into the Hinterlands. The Horde flight path is in the far east of the zone, on the coast. Make your way across country to the east until you find the road at Hiri'watha. Follow the road east almost all the way to the cliffs, then take the trail branching northeast (away from the troll city Jintha'Alor). The trail should take you to a path leading down the cliffs. Once on the beach, head to the south. You will find the Horde outpost, Revantusk Village.

Geography

There are no instanced dungeons in the Hinterlands.

The Hinterlands are the location of Seradane, one of the four Great Trees leading to the Emerald Dream and guarded by the four Emerald Dragons. The three others are in Ashenvale, Duskwood, and Feralas.

Maps and subregions

Elite areas

Travel hubs

AllianceFlight paths from Aerie Peak
HordeFlight paths from Revantusk Village

Adjacent regions

Notable characters

Main article: Hinterlands NPCs

The Hinterlands are home to several characters of note. At Aerie Peak, Falstad Wildhammer and Gryphon Master Talonaxe seek aid in locating a young gryphon. At Revantusk Village, Primal Torntusk attempts to locate her missing mate, and Huntsman Markhor sends bold adventurers into the deepest part of the wilds in search of dangerous wildlife.

Quests

Main article: Hinterlands quests
See also: Hinterlands questing guide

Resources

Wild creatures

  • Dragonspawn
  • Forest Trolls
  • Green Dragons
  • Gryphons
  • High Elves
  • Moonkin
  • Oozes
  • Sharks
  • Turtles
  • Wolves
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