The Borean Tundra is a hub for early quests in Northrend and a popular location for players representing both the Alliance and the Horde. Some of the tasks that may be started there are listed below. In Wrath Classic, the following is a walkthrough on how to reach the Borean Tundra.
The Howling Fjord and the Borean Tundra are two very different zones in terms of the content they offer, but during the course of the Wrath Classic leveling process, players will receive ample experience gains from both of these zones.
If you enjoy rolling hills and plenty of viking themes, the Howling Fjord should appeal to you. On the other hand, if fending off mysterious Scourge monsters in the freezing snow is more your speed, the Borean Tundra will certainly be more your speed.
How to get to Borean Tundra in WoW: Wrath of the Lich King Classic
The Borean Tundra is a popular place for Alliance and Horde players to go because it is where some of the first quests in Northrend take place. In Wrath Classic, here’s how to get to the Borean Tundra.
How Alliance players get to Borean Tundra in WoW: Wrath of the Lich King Classic
Alliance players can take a boat to get to the Borean Tundra. Every few minutes, the boat to Borean Tundra stops at the Stormwind City Harbor on its way back. This gives Alliance players a safe way to cross the Great Sea. The Borean Tundra boat has a steel hull and a griffin’s head at the front. This makes it look a little different from other Alliance boats. The dock at the very north end of Stormwind Harbor is where the boat to Borean Tundra stops.
How Horde players get to Borean Tundra in WoW: Wrath of the Lich King Classic
Just outside of Orgrimmar, there is a zeppelin that Horde players can take to get to the Borean Tundra. When you leave Orgrimmar through the main gate, turn right and go west until you see a zeppelin tower. If you don’t know which zeppelin tower you need to be at to get to the Borean Tundra, a goblin named Greeb Ramrocket will be standing in front of the zeppelin port that leads to the Borean Tundra.