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Ko-Wahi

Ko-Wahi was an icy region on Mata Nui that encompassed Mount Ihu and the Drifts. The village of Ko-Koro was located here. Snowfall and avalanches were common here.[1]

Notes

Kopaka, Toa of Ice, and his people inhabited the frozen wilderness of Mount Ihu. This area was dotted with ice bridges built by the Matoran in honor of Kopaka.[2]

An area of cold, rocky plains lay between Ko-Wahi and Le-Wahi.[3]

Ko-Wahi was an icy region known for its snowfalls and avalanches. It was the site of Mount Ihu, the highest point on the island.[4]

Ko-Wahi was a cold, icy land, known for its many snowfalls and avalanches. It was the site of the village of Ko-Koro and Mata Nui's highest point, Mount Ihu.[5]