Glaceon Locations and How to Get All Stars | New Pokemon Snap (Switch)

This is a guide to Glaceon's Photodex entry in New Pokemon Snap (Pokemon Snap 2) for the Nintendo Switch. Here you can find out how to take one star, two star, three star, and four star photos for Glaceon, and how to get a diamond star rating!

Where to Find Glaceon

Photodex No. 181
GlaceonGlaceon
Type 1 Type 2
Pokemon Ice Image -

Levels Glaceon Appears In

Snowfields (Day) Lv. 3

Photodex Entry for Glaceon

1★ Photo Example 2★ Photo Example
1 Star Photo 1★ (Where's it going?) 2 Star Photo 2★ (Chow time)
3★ Photo Example 4★ Photo Example
3 Star Photo 3★ (Happy vibes) 4 Star Photo 4★ (Diamond dust )

1~4 ★ Photos taken by the Game8 Walkthrough Team

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How to Get All Stars for Glaceon

How to Take Glaceon 1 Star Photo

Caption Name Where's it going?

Glaceon Walking on the Ice Platform

To take all 1 to 4 Star photos of Glaceon, you can follow the same steps to make Glaceon jump onto the ice platform in the final area of Snowfields (Day) at Research Level 3.

1
Take a photo of Glaceon atop of the cliffs before you descend the slope leading to the cave.
2
Near the end of the course, toss several Fluffruit onto the ice platform to lure Glaceon.
3
After a while, Glaceon will jump onto the ice platform to eat the Fluffruit.

Once Glaceon is on the ice platform, wait for it to finish eating the Fluffruit. After it has finished eating, it will start walking around the platform. Take a photo of Glaceon as it is walking around. Though the first photo of Glaceon atop the cliffs may also result in a 1 Star, it will not earn you many points since the Pokemon is further away.

How to Take Glaceon 2 Star Photo

Caption Name Chow time

Glaceon Eating Fluffruit

Before you can take a 2 Star photo of Glaceon, you need to get it to jump onto the ice platform by following the steps laid out in Glaceon's 1 Star photo.

After following those steps, take a photo of the Glaceon while it is eating the Fluffruit to get a 2 Star photo.

How to Take Glaceon 3 Star Photo

Caption Name Happy vibes

Happy Glaceon

Before you can take a 3 Star photo of Glaceon, you need to get it to jump onto the ice platform by following the steps laid out in Glaceon's 1 Star photo.

After following those steps, wait until Glaceon has finished eating the Fluffruit. Take a photo of the Pokemon as it happily shakes its head.

How to Take Glaceon 4 Star Photo

Caption Name Diamond dust

Glaceon Making It Snow

Before you can take a 4 Star photo of Glaceon, you need to get it to jump onto the ice platform by following the steps laid out in Glaceon's 1 Star photo.

After following those steps, toss an Illumina Orb at the Glaceon right at the moment it finishes eating the Fluffruit. As Glaceon happily shakes its head, it will start to snow around it. Take a photo of the Pokemon as it rejoices in the snow.

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