The mountains and is very frigid in temperature, as well as the tundra to the right of it. No large settlements survive here, thought the ruins of houses and villages can be seen. The animals here are far more valuable here, dropping more high-quality meat than animals in warmer climates. Moose, bears, and rhinos are the larger animals native in the region, and the wolves, foxes, and pigeons contain greater-quality meat as well.
The monsters here are also high level, mostly containing Moblins and Ice-Breath Lizalfos of greater strength. Lynels also make their home here, patrolling their territory in the snow. White ChuChus and Ice Keese are in great bumber here, so it is beat to bring fire-element weaponry. Native to this region are Frost Pebblits and Frost Taluses, which blend in with the snow and ice. On top of Biron Snowshelf, a lone Guardian Stalker can be seen covered in snow, meaning that Calamity Ganon's influence can stretch that far. Wizzrobes can sometimes be seen prancing in the snow.
Hebra Mountain was the name of Death Mountain in the Japanese version of A Link to the Past. Hebra Mountains are probably named after these mountains. This may also suggest that the events of A Link to the Past actually took place west of Lesser Hyrule from The Legend of Zelda, although most modern sources including Hyrule Historia suggest Lesser Hyrule as being located south of "Death Mountain", and that A Link to the Past took place there but in a better age, when Hyrule had not yet started to decline.