Mahjarrat Ritual Site Cavern
Mahjarrat Ritual Site Cavern
Release date 21 April 2009 (Update)
Kingdom The North
Members Yes
Main music Rest for the Weary
Levels 1
Strongest monster Jelly
Dwarf multicannon allowed Disallowed: The frosty air has numbed your fingers too much to be able to assemble the cannon.
Quests taking place here The Tale of the Muspah
Inhabitants Jellies
Mahjarrat Ritual Site Cavern map
Mahjarrat cave entrance

The Mahjarrat Ritual Site Cavern, also known as the Trollweiss Ice Caves, is an icy cave system in The North. To travel there, players have to take the canoe made during The Tale of the Muspah from the Rellekka Hunter area. After the quest, the quickest way to get there is to teleport with either a Mask of Gelatin or Jellyhead which has a limit of two teleports per day. Players can also get there from the other side of Zemouregal's fort.

During The Tale of the Muspah, the Mahjarrat Jhallan tells players that this cavern is below a ritual stone involved in the Ritual of Rejuvenation. After releasing him from his previous hibernation spot, the player meets Jhallan here and helps him find a peaceful hibernation area where he can wait, encased in ice, until the Ritual happens.

The area is a popular place to kill jellies due to their comparatively high drop rate of hard clue scrolls.

If a player dies in these caves, their gravestone will appear just outside the cave entrance. It can easily be reached in under four minutes by using the fairy ring to reach the Rellekka Hunter area, and from there taking the canoe to near the cave entrance.



  • The glow emanating from the roof of the cavern comes from the Mahjarrats' ritual stone, at which they sacrifice one of their own.
  • Jhallan mentions the "ritual stone" is located directly above his cave, but this is debatable. When a player studies the placement of his resting place in comparison to the World Map, players will find it is extremely close to the base of Zemouregal.
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