Places of interest
- Elsa's Ice Palace: A beautiful structure constructed by Elsa while singing "Let It Go" following her flight from Arendelle.
After Elsa's powers were exposed during her post-coronation party, she fled Arendelle, unknowingly casting an eternal winter upon the kingdom. Elsa flees to the North Mountain as a self-imposed exile, as a way to be who she is without hurting anybody. This is the setting for Elsa's "Let It Go" sequence where she finally comes to terms with her powers and abilities; her catharsis manifests itself in the form of a majestic ice palace where she intends to reside for the rest of her days.
Elsa later returns to Arendelle to resume her role as Queen. The Ice Palace remains on the North Mountain, but is taken over by Elsa's snowman creation, Marshmallow.
The North Mountain returns briefly in the sequel. When Elsa initially refuses to let Anna come with her to the Enchanted Forest since only the former has powers for protection, Anna mentions her feat of climbing the North Mountain without powers to prove her capabilities, as demonstrated in the first film.
The North Mountain appears in the show as the location where the urn containing the original Snow Queen was originally placed.
The North Mountain appears as part of the Chill in the Air sky in the Disney Infinity games, being activated by a Power Disc.
- During the musical song "Hygge", Oaken notes that many have died while trying to scale the North Mountain.
- The reason why Anna and Kristoff can't see Elsa's ice palace until they arrive is because they reached the mountain from the opposite side.