Route 47

Route 47

Cliff Cave
Enc. Rate: 10
Wild Pokemon Type(s) Level(s) Morn. Day Night
Golbat Golbat Poison / Flying Lv. 20, 22
EXP: 488 ~ 537
20% 20% 24%
Geodude Geodude Rock / Ground Lv. 19
EXP: 198
20% 20% 20%
Krabby Krabby Water Lv. 20
EXP: 328
10% 10% 10%
Kingler Kingler Water Lv. 22
EXP: 647
10% 10% 10%
Machop Machop Fighting Lv. 19
EXP: 203
10% 10% 10%
Onix Onix Rock / Ground Lv. 20
EXP: 308
10% 10% 10%
Wooper Wooper Water / Ground Lv. 18
EXP: 133
5% 5% 0%
Quagsire Quagsire Water / Ground Lv. 20
EXP: 391
5% 5% 0%
Graveler Graveler Rock / Ground Lv. 20
EXP: 382
4% 4% 0%
Machoke Machoke Fighting Lv. 22
EXP: 458
4% 4% 4%
Steelix Steelix Steel / Ground Lv. 23
EXP: 644
2% 2% 2%
Zubat Zubat Poison / Flying Lv. 18
EXP: 138
0% 0% 5%
Misdreavus Misdreavus Ghost Lv. 20
EXP: 420
0% 0% 5%
Route 47 (Surfing)
Wild Pokemon Type(s) Level Range: Rarity %
Tentacool Tentacool Water / Poison Lv. 15 ~ 25
EXP: 225 ~ 375
60%
Seel Seel Water Lv. 10 ~ 20
EXP: 142 ~ 285
30%
Staryu Staryu Water Lv. 15 ~ 25
EXP: 227 ~ 378
10%
Route 47 (Fishing)
Wild Pokemon Type(s) Rod(s): Old Good Super
Magikarp Magikarp Water Old RodGood Rod 95%
L10
60%
L20
 
Tentacool Tentacool Water / Poison Old RodGood Rod 5%
L10
30%
L20
 
Chinchou Chinchou Water / Electric Good RodSuper Rod   6%
L20
60%
L40
Shellder Shellder Water Good RodSuper Rod   4%
L20
30%
L40
Tentacruel Tentacruel Water / Poison Super Rod     6%
L40
Lanturn Lanturn Water / Electric Super Rod     4%
L40
Trainers at Route 47
Hiker Hiker Devin $608
Dunsparce Dunsparce M Normal Lv. 19
508 EXP
Dunsparce Dunsparce M Normal Lv. 19
508 EXP
Dunsparce Dunsparce M Normal Lv. 19
508 EXP
Camper Camper Grant $336
Skiploom Skiploom M Grass / Flying Lv. 21
612 EXP
Marill Marill M Water Lv. 21
261 EXP
Double Team Double Team Thom & Kae $6000
Electabuzz Electabuzz M Electric Lv. 25
835 EXP
Magmar Magmar M Fire Lv. 25
894 EXP
Lovey Couple Lovey Couple Duff & Eda $2816
Onix Onix M Rock / Ground Lv. 22
508 EXP
Cloyster Cloyster M Water / Ice Lv. 22
957 EXP
Items at Route 47
Revive Revive
Across the bridge near the first cave entrance you see, by a Camper.
Lagging Tail Lagging Tail
Further in the route, past a bridge and near a waterfall.

Wow, what a steep cliff! Be careful not to fall! Just kidding, you won't fall, so enjoy the view. There are two Trainers along the path leading to a cave. When you get to the cave, if you want a free Revive, you'll have to fight the Camper to get it, but that's all that's down that path.

Go inside of the cave and you will find a ladder leading up and one leading down. Taking the one leading down will lead you to the lower area down by the water, but there's nothing you can do there until you get Waterfall or Rock Climb, so take the ladder heading up instead. (Though you can fight Seel in the water down there, making it somewhat worthwhile.)

Waiting right outside of the upper cave is a Double Team — two Trainers in one battle that you'll have to fight, using an Electabuzz and Magmar. They're pretty tough, so watch out!

It's pretty much just a long, uneventful path until you cross a bridge and can choose to go either north or south, where going south will lead you to a Lagging Tail. Further north you'll find another Double Battle waiting for you, this time using two pretty defensive Pokemon, so keep Physical-based attacks to a minimum against them.

After that, you'll reach Route 48.