These are some of the better places for trainers to start out. While students should have a healthy respect for any sort of wilderness, these zones are not as hazardous as some of the more deadly ones, and while there are bound to be a few aggressive pokèmon species, the far more of them are likely to be passive or shy of humans.
Along the sides of rising mountains a pine forest grows impossibly tall trees that love the always cool air, even in the summer. Many of the pokèmon here are thick furred and hardy, though some may head for warmer land when the frigid winter months arrive. Streams that run are small and fast, making some room for sleek water types, and plenty of food for hungry bear pokèmon. They tend to hide out here to hibernate in the winter, so students had best mind the holes they go sticking their noses in.
A place only for experienced trainers, especially in the winter, the mountain tops and plummeting crags can easily strand anyone who ventures this way. Few Pokèmon call this their home, but some that do are especially dangerous. Watch the skies for territorial predators that might find an unobservant student to be a wonderful snack to find indeed. Students should also be aware, the mountains continue beyond the reaches of the Safari Zone, mind you don't cross the markers.
Life in these zones his hard. Located at the Southeastern end of the Prairie. This areas is marked by a gradual decline in vegetation and increase in rock mass until, which serves as a sort of barrier between the greens of the prairie and the areas contained here.