All Ice Stone Evolution Pokemon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

The coolest Evolution Stone.
Evolving Cetoddle into Cetitan in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet
Credit: The Pokemon Company / Game Freak

The Ice Stone is the hardest Evolution Stone to get your hands on in the Paldea region since you can’t purchase one from anywhere. Instead, you have to brave the subzero temperatures of Glaseado Mountain and find one. Is it worth it though? That’s for you to decide; here are all the Ice Stone evolutions in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

Recommended Videos

Every Ice Stone Evolution in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

In the Paldean Pokedex, there aren’t too many Pokemon that require an Evolution Stone to evolve, with those that need an Ice Stone specifically being low in number. One of them is a new Gen 9 ‘mon, though, so if you’re wanting to catch ’em all and 100% your Dex, this is one you’ll want to evolve.

Related: All Thunder Stone Evolution Pokemon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

The Pokemon that evolve with an Ice Stone in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are:

  • Cetoddle – Evolves into Cetitan
  • Eevee – Evolves into Glaceon
  • Crabrawler – Evolves into Crabominable

How to Get Ice Stones in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

As mentioned earlier, the only way to get Ice Stones in the Paldea region is to find them on Glaseado Mountain. Unlike other Evolution Stones, the Delibird Presents stores don’t sell them. Look for sparkling spots in the snow and interact with every one that you see – you’ll pick up an Ice Stone eventually.

Related: All Water Stone Evolution Pokemon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet

Now that you know every Pokemon that evolves with an Ice Stone in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, head on over to our S&V game tag for the latest guides to aid you on your adventure across the Paldea region. And if you get lost and don’t know what to do, check out How to Know Where to Go Next in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.

related content
Read Article How to Pressure Heliopora Terpsicolt in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth (Fiend Intel 2: Seahorsing Around)
Heliopora Terpsicolt in Final Fantasy 7
Read Article Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth: Should You Help Aerith & Barret or Tifa & Red XIII in Chapter 6?
Read Article How to Pressure Shankhalopod in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth (Fiend Intel 1: Hit the Squids)
Shankhalopod in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth
Related Content
Read Article How to Pressure Heliopora Terpsicolt in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth (Fiend Intel 2: Seahorsing Around)
Heliopora Terpsicolt in Final Fantasy 7
Read Article Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth: Should You Help Aerith & Barret or Tifa & Red XIII in Chapter 6?
Read Article How to Pressure Shankhalopod in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth (Fiend Intel 1: Hit the Squids)
Shankhalopod in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth
Author
Meg Bethany Koepp
Meg is Managing Editor at Prima Games. She began as a video games journalist in the UK in 2014, and went on to study Games Journalism & PR (yes, it exists) in 2015. In 2018, she left university to move to the USA, where she eventually joined Prima Games in May 2022. When she's not working, you can find her making miniatures, training Pokémon, or playing Queen's Blood in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. You can contact Meg at [email protected].