Route 23: Known as the Aggron Route. It consists of a mountain pathway that slopes downward into the next town.
Forbrest City: A somewhat large city that is secluded in the mountains. This city houses the Pokémon Fan Club and the Vemata History Museum, though the latter is fully accessed post-game. It is based on Manchester.
Route 24: Known as the Banette Route. This route is known for its covered bridge that divide the route over a deep river. The Burned Palace sits in the first part of the route. On the second part of the route, the legendary Suicune rests after roaming the region.
Burned Palace: In the distant past, this was a royal palace built to honor a legendary god Pokémon named Edakemos. However, the god grew corrupt and burn its own palace down, causing it to be banished from society. Currently, it is in ruins, save for the first floor, the second floor, and the basement, which contains a giant chimney. During the Postgame, the legendary Edakemos returns to the room with the chimney.
Novacreek City: An upbeat seaside city where its residents are often musicians. Music and Dance clubs are common in this society. On its ports, there is a large shopping center (or department store if you will) that pretty much sells anything. The eighth and final gym is located there, which specializes in Fire types. It is based on Liverpool.
Route 25: Known as the Mewtwo Route. It is the very last route before the final challenge. It consists of a large land bridge that leads to a single island.
Victory Road: The final test before the Pokémon League. For the first time, it will be mostly outdoor, taking place in a huge garden with the indoor portions having an ancient-like structure. It will be located on an island based on Isle of Man.
The Pokémon League: This incarnation of the Pokémon League is a castle in the far north of the island. First, the player would have to face the Elite Four, who specializes in Grass, Ghost, Ice, and Fighting Types. Then, they will face the champion, who uses a Miracle Eelektross as her star Pokémon. Should they prove victorious, they will be crowned champion.