Shrines are places of trial located throughout Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild’s map. They’re like small dungeons. Once inside, you’ll have to complete platforming challenges and various other puzzles. In the end, you’ll be rewarded with a spirit orb. There are 120 shrines in the game and after completing them all you’ll unlock
. In this guide, we’re going to show you all Green Tunic of the Wild Zelda Breath of The Wild shrine locations and help you solve their puzzles.
Zelda Breath of The Wild Shrines
Great Plateau Shrine locations
In the first area – Great Plateau – you will find four Shrines:
Keh Namut – Cryonis Trial
Owa Daim – Stasis Trial
Ja Baij – Bomb Trial
Oman Au – Magnesis Trial
Hard part about these shrines are the ones in the mountains. In order to go through the snowy mountain, and reach the shrines you’ll need something to warm you up. You can use a torch melee weapon. Swing your torch over the fire to light it. If you have Spicy Pepper, Raw Meat and Hyrule Bass you can make Spicy Meat and Seafood Fry meal that gives cold resistance, and if you give the meal to the old man in the cottage during the night, he’ll reward you with Warm Doublet. We have a comprehensive guide
How to protect from cold & solve Old Man’s Warm Doublet recipe
Necluda Shrine locations
This region is positioned just east from the first one – Great Plateau. It consists of two major areas – West and East Necluda.
While wandering the second area, West Necluda, you’ll be able to complete several Shrines:
Bosh Kala – On the Hylia river, near Proxim bridge.
Wahgo Katta – Next to the Riverside Stable, close to the road, hard to miss.
Hila Rao – On an island. As soon as you reach the island, you’ll get the quest “Watch out for the Flowers”. From Magda, who gives you the quest, follow the path to your left. Find your way through the flower maze.
Shee Venath – You’ll have to climb to the top of the mountain. The shrine is located just below it. Jump from the top, and glide toward the hidden entrance.
Ree Dahee – At Dueling Peaks, close to the river. You’ll have to climb a bit. Shee Vaneer – This shrine is just across the Shee Venath. You’ll need to bring your
, as it is cold up there. This is the highest peak in the area. Warm Doublet Ha Dahamar – Close to the stable, easy to spot.
Kam Urog – Reveals itself upon completion of the The Cursed Statue Shrine Quest – puzzle solution found in this guide. Ta’loh Naeg – Inside Kakariko Village, hard to miss.
Daka Tuss – Can be seen from a distance.
Toto Sah – West from Hickaly Woods, just next to the river there is a breakable stone structure. Drop the bomb into the river from a rock upstream, to make it flow to the stone structure. Detonate the bomb at the right time to destroy the sealed gate and reveal the entrance.
Lakna Rokee – To unlock this shrine you will have to do several quests in Kakariko Village. First, complete the main questline from Hetano village, with Impa, until you get the Champion’s tunic. Next, do Flown the Coop – find Cuccos for guard Cado (one is on the roof of armor shop, other can be found after 17h only). Get By Firefly’s Light quest, by talking to Lasli, owner of the armor shop, in her house at around 21:40 game time. Collect 5 fireflies – there are some in the village, and some in the forest, past the shrine next to the village. Bring back the fireflies to her house and drop them in front of her, before the night is over, to complete the quest. Complete Find the Fairy Fountain you get from painter Pikango, found at the praying statue in the village. After these three you go back to Impa’s house and there should be a shrine quest The Stolen Heirloom starting. Wait for night and look at the two guards in front of Impa’s house. One of them will start walking away. Follow him at a distance and complete the quest to reveal the shrine. East Necluda
Myahm Agana – At the entrance to Hateno Village, up on the hill.
Muwo Jeem – On the mountain peak, can be seen from a distance.
Chaas Qeta – On the tiny Tenoko Island. You can glide down to it from Muwo Jeem shrine.
Yah Rin – Above Lurelin Village. That’s the same place where you can find
Cloyne, and earn a bunch of rupees easily. Korgu Chideh – Found on the Eventide Island, deep in the southeast. You might need stamina regeneration food, as gliding toward this island takes a lot of time. This is the most fun part of the shrine reveal quests, so we won’t spoil it.
Kah Yah – Just under the eastern part of Mount Dunsel, on the beach, in an area called Palmorae Ruins. Talk to Garini to start the quest “A Fragmented Monument”. The first fragment is close to Garini, in the grass around the boulder near the three palm trees. The second is on Palmorae Beach. Look for some floating barrels and inspect the rocks in the water nearby. The third one is a the furthest point of the crescent-shaped peninsula called Soka Point. Return to Garini, then stand on the orange shrine plate and hit crouch.
Tawa Jin – Up in the mountains, on the plateau between three ponds: Hany Pond, Rabella Wetlands and Uteh Marsh. You’ll spot it from afar thanks to the five large bones and the three pressure plates. Three giants guard the three ancient spheres nearby. Defeat them, take the spheres and place them on the plates. Faron Shrine locations
Faron is an area in the south. It’s made up of zones like Faron Grasslands and Sea, Lake Hylia, Bronas Forest, Corta Lake, Riola Sprint, Rodai Lake and others.
Shoda San – Behind the Riola Spring waterfall. There is a hidden path next to the waterfall that takes you to the entrance.
Qukah Nata – this is a secret Shrine. You’ll have to find Kass first and start a quest “ A Song of Storms“. He is found high in the hills, next to the Calora Lake. If there is rain preventing you from climbing the cliff-side, use the Cryonis rune on the waterfall and climb up, step by step. Once you reach the top you should find Kass. Guides for completing the quest are found here. Shai Utoh – At Ubota Point, behind the stable, on the ground floor. Find a breakable stone structure and destroy it. It will reveal the cave entrance with the shrine inside it.
Pumaaag Nitae – Somewhere between Finra Woods (to the west) and Pagos Woods (to the east), at ground level.
Ka’o Makagh – On a hill above the stable.
Shae Katha – North of Dracozu Lake, behind the statue of Goddess Hylia in the Spring of Courage. Offer one of
to enter. You can find more detailed instructions Farosh’s scales here. Ya Naga – In the middle of Hylia Island in Hylia Lake. Start from Lake Tower, turn northwest and paraglide from there.
Ishto Soh – East of Daval Peaks. Use your paraglider to fly eastward from the mountains.
Shoqa Tatone – Talk to Loone in northwest Puffer Beach to start Guardian Slideshow Shrine Quest. She’ll ask you to show her pictures of three different Guardians – small, flying, and walking around. Take the orb and put it in the mound.
Gerudo Desert Shrine locations
Gerudo desert is located in the southwestern part of Hyrule. Three shrines listed here are found on the way to the desert from Central Hyrule. Some of the areas that compose Gerudo Desert are West and East Barrens, Gerudo Ruins, Toruma Dunes, Northern Icehosue, Palu Wasteland and many others.
Rota ooh – If you head toward the Gerudo Desert from the center of the map – Hyrule Field – you’ll go by the Outskirt Stable. From the stable, head west up the hill. Dah Kaso – There’s a set of bridges that connect the tall stone formations in this area. Look down from the bridge that connects two larger platforms. The shrine is next to the water and the raft. Beware of the sleeping giant Hinox mini-boss.
Jee Noh – East from the Wasteland Tower that reveals the desert map, close to the road. Dila Maag – Glide from the Wasteland Tower to the southeast. Soon enough, you’ll spot the tall stone maze called South Lomei Labyrinth. If you don’t care about rupees, head to the west of the central maze part, the one just south from its mid-line. You should spot a few corrupted areas there. There’s a hidden entrance below the one that looks like a bridge.
Key Noh – The path that takes you to the desert goes by the Gerudo Canyon Stable, just before the Gerudo Desert Gateway. Climb the rocks south from the stable.
Dako Tah – This one is tricky to find if there is a desert storm in the area. You can easily spot it during the night. It is in the middle of the stone structures in the Great Cliffs area, a bit above ground level. Daqo Chisay – Just before the entrance to Gerudo Town.
Misae Suma – Southeast from Gerudo Town, in the area between Southern Oasis (to the west) and East Barrens (to the east), you’ll find a big rock formation. Jump on it to find the “sealed” entrance of the shrine. In order to gain entrance, you’ll need to complete the quest “The Perfect Drink”. To do so, you’ll need to
gain entrance to Gerudo Town. Once you can enter, follow the quest markers. To get the ice to Furosa without melting, be sure to not carry it all the way, but to throw it, or use the stasis punch combo.
Raqa Zunzo – Head south of Gerudo Town to the Sand Seal Rally spot after you defeat the Divine Beast. Win the sand seal really challenge to get the orb to activate the shrine.
Hawa Koth – In the desert southwest from Gerudo Town, in Gerudo Great Skeleton, near Dragon’s Exile.
Tho Kayu – In the Toruma Dunes, just under the letter M (when zooming the map at 2x – thanks to E-ZombieHERO for pointing that out in the comments). Beware the Molduga mini-boss.
Kema Zoos – There’s a part of a skeleton where the mountains curve to the north. It’s west of Karusa Valley, northwest of West Gerudo Ruins. The shrine is in the skeleton. Plan ahead, since the in-game map will become unavailable as you approach.
Suma Sahma – Between Mount Granajh and Daval Peak. You must roll a snowball down into the puddle, then wait until the sun is in position so the snowball casts a shadow on the circular contraption on the hillside. For full instructions, check out our . Secret Shrine Quest Locations guide Korsh O’hu – In the East Gerudo Ruins, which are in the east of Palu Wasteland. Speak to Rotana in the northwestern section of Gerudo Town to start The Seven heroines quest. Go to the circular formation at the bottom of the mountain southwest of Wasteland Tower. There, you’ll find the Seven Heroines statues. To solve the puzzle, you have to put the large metal balls in their proper basin. For a more detailed guide, check out our .
Zelda BotW Secret Shrine Quest Locations guide
Find this hidden entrance.
Dila Maag Shrine’s entrance.
14. Speak to Rotana in Gerudo Town
14. Put the metal spheres in the corresponding basin
Gerudo Highlands Shrine Locations
Gerudo Highlands is the mountainous region north of the Gerudo Desert. It encompasses the area east of Mount Agaat, west of Zirco Mesa, south of Hemaar’s Decent and north of the Desert, with Gerudo Summit in the center.
Kema Kosassa – On the eastern slope of Mount Agaat, north of Risoka Snowfield.
Keeha Yoog – On the east side of Gerudo Summit, find the large mural of lighting bolts and a mound in the middle on the mountain wall. Shoot the center with a Shock Arrow.
Kuh Takkar – On the western slope of Laparoh Mesa. You’ll have to do some climbing in harsh weather, so prepare warm clothes. Bring a torch or flint and firewood, since you’ll have to melt the ice off the shrine.
Sho Dantu – Climb atop Gerudo Tower and paraglide to the west, then continue north on foot until you reach a shrine mound in a circle of green Luminous Stones. Destroy one of the stones, get the ore (Luminous Stone) and put it on the mound. It’s best to do so at night.
Sasa Kai – Go to Gerudo Tower and talk to Kass. He’ll give you the Sign of the Shadow riddle. Look southeast, find the altar and glide there. When the shadow is on the altar, shoot at the sun or moon. Take a gander
here for more detailed instructions. Joloo Nah – In the north of Mount Naboroo, just east of Koukot Plateau. It is up above the road that takes you to Gerudo desert. There are three Goron Blood brothers there that will give you the Test of Will Shrine Quest. You need to stand on the heated platform first and next stand in the fire for some time. Bsst bring a lot of health restoring food and the best heat resistance armor and ice swords you can get your hands on. After you survive the trial, the shrine gets revealed.
2. Shrine Location
2. Find the mural and shoot the center with Shock Arrow
Hyrule Ridge Shrine locations
Hyrule Ridge area is located west from Central Hyrule. In there, you’ll find areas like Salari Plain and Hill, Satori Mountain, Sanidin Park Ruins, Tabantha Great Bridge, Mount Rhoam, Thundra Plateau and others.
Monya Toma – From the Hebra Tower, if you look south-eastward, you’ll see the shrine’s glow. It is up the Salari Hill, close to the road.
Zalta Wa – If you have Ridgeland Tower discovered, jump from it towards the east. Head for the Breach of Demise canyon. At the center of it, next to the road, almost above the letter “f” of the Breach of Demise is the location of the shrine.
Sheem Dagoze – In the south of Hyrule Ridge, west from Jeddo Bridge. You have to complete the Two Rings quest first, by shooting one arrow through two stone hoops at once. We used the hoops on the northern side. If you’re still having trouble, please visit these guides.
Mogg Latan – This one requires a bit of climbing. It is on top of Satori Mountain, on its southern peak. While you climb up, you’ll notice three larger boulders, rising above the mountain’s peak. Head south of them.
Mijah Rokee – In the south corner of Washa’s Bluff, you have to stand on the pedestal with no clothes on and wait for the Blood Moon. Take a peek here for further info.
Shae Loya – If you follow the road on your way from Hyrule Ridge to Hebra, you’ll need to go over Tabantha Great Bridge. Just before it, there is the Tabantha Bridge Stable. Look south from it, towards the taller hill and you’ll see the shrine. Toh Yahsa – From Ridgeland Tower, you can spot the area called Thundra Plateau, the one with thunderstorms and mushroom-like trees. In the center of it, you’ll need to place four balls into their corresponding color spots. Once this is done, you’ll reveal the secret shrine location. In short, glide towards the orange ball from the nearby hills, drop it on the nearby plateau with the bonfire. Use the Stasis rune and hit it in order to reach the center of the compound. Use the same method for the red ball, but this time, hit it from the area where it stands.
Maag No’rah – Find the Bokoblin camp on the northern slope north of Lindor’s Brow, the one with a very tall crow’s nest. Look at the mountainside from the nest and you’ll notice rocks that you can destroy. That’s where the shrine is.
3. Two Rings location
3. Lob the arrow at an angle
5. Purple and Red ball solutions.
5. Toh Yahsa Shrine
Hebra Shrine locations
Hebra is the area located in far northwest. The large, snowy Hebra Mountains are at its center. You’ll also spot two larger areas like Tabantha Frontier and Tabantha Tundra.
Tena Ko sah – Close to the Tabantha Great Bridge, high up on the Ancient Columns, among the ruins … you’ll find it.
Akh Va’quot – South from the Heabra Mountains, there is a rather deep lake. This is where you’ll find Rito Village and the shrine. If you haven’t so far, be sure to pick up pieces of cold resistance gear from the armor vendor in the village. You’ll need them for the upcoming shrines.
Sha Warvo – North from the Rito Village, in the area called Dronoc’s Pass, close to the road.
Rin Oyaa – From Hebra Tower, glide northward. If you follow the road, you’ll have no difficulty finding it.
Sha Gehma – This one is at the northernmost part of Tabantha Tundra. If you use the shield gliding, you’ll get there in no time.
Qaza Tokki – To enter this shrine, you’ll have to find a secret entrance within the stone maze called North Lomei Labyrinth. The Shrine quest you get, once you land in the maze, is called “Trial on the Cliff”. If you don’t care about all the treasures in the maze, you can always land on it from the nearby mountain. From its top, search for the yellow glowing Electric Chuchu. Just a bit above their location is the entrance to the shrine. However, if you decide to do it properly, you’ll need to go around the maze, destroy the corrupted eye, find the gap in the upper wall, and the path to the Electric Chuchu and the shrine’s entrance. Be careful not to miss at least 4 chests found here.
Hia Miu – At the absolute most northwestern point of the map, northwest of Icefall Foothills. You can reach it by paragliding in from the mountains.
Maka Rah – on the western bank of Lake Kilsie, south of the Sturnida Basin, you’ll find a pier. You can just see the shrine through the crack in the wall. Use a bomb to blow up the rocks and ride the wind gust across the water to the next. Follow the trail of rocks and the last gust will fly you up to a torchlit entrance. You can also reach it by gliding from the top of the mountain opposite the entrance.
Voo Lota – West of Rito Village, north of Passer Hill, in Warbler’s Nest. After defeating Vah Medoh and rounding up the kids, you’ll have to complete Recital at Warbler’s Nest shrine quest. Stand on the mound surrounded by five statues. Use a Kokoro leaf to blow the air into the rock rings, corresponding to the notes. Full guide to Warbler’s Nest riddle is here.
Dunba Taag – In Tanagar Canyon, south of Tama Pond. Just paraglide down to the place where the canyon curves to the north, just underneath one of the windmills. Gee Ha’rah – south of Kopeeki Drifts, northwest of Hebra Tower. On the southeastern side of the gorge, there is a pair of huge stone doors. Head back from there up the hill until you find several large rocks. Throw one down the second path, to the right of the sharp rock.
Lamno Kooh – west od Hebra Tower, southeast of Hebra Falls. There’s a hidden body of water to swim across. Beware, it’s deadly cold.
Rok Uwog – West of North Tabantha Snowfield, just above the second I in Pikida Stonegrove, on one of the lower levels.
Goma Asaagh – Paraglide down the southwestern side of Hebra Peak until you see the shrine. Light a fire to melt the ice blocking the entrance.
Shada Naw – Just North of Selmie’s Spot, northwest from Hebra East Summit.
Bareeda Naag – South of Rito Village, near the road. You can get the “Ancient Rito Song” shrine quest to complete this and it involves a shadow passing at the right time and lighting a torch over the center of the pedestal. Complete guide can be found here. Rona Katcha – East of Mount Drena, at the very end of the canyon. To get there, go from the southwest, through the Forgotten Temple.
Kah Okeo – East of Rayne Highlands and the Ancient Columns. Move the large, flat rock on it using Stasis, then hitting it.
Mozo Sheno – During the Bird in the Mountains quest, scope out the eastern side of Biron Snowshelf from the adjacent mountain. You’ll spot the shrine in the opening at you can paraglide into. Our
has more details if you need them. Secret Shrines Quest Locations guide To Quomo – The entrance is on the southeast slope of the Hebra North Summit (southeast of our marker on the map above). There are large, stone, doors you can’t blow up with your bomb. If you look opposite of the door you will see a slope on top of which are several big snowballs nearby. You have to roll down the snowballs in order to break open the door. You’ll need to create two Cryonis pillars in the water pond in the middle of the slope to roll down properly. Check out the screenshot bellow for exact location and setup.
6. North Lomei Labyrinth
6. Qaza Tokki Shrine entrance.
To Quomo Shrine location and puzzle solution
Great Hyrule Forest Shrine Locations
There are no easy shrines to be found in northern part of Hyrule. This area consists of Great Hyrule Forest and Thyphlo Ruins. The first shrine is at the center of the forest. You’ll need to get here first. From the first shrine, you can find three Korok’s that start three shrine quests – trials. All three of them lead to one of the shrines.
Keo Ruug – This is the first one, you can get inside the Korok Forest. It is on the path to the Master Sword. To reach it, you’ll need to overcome the danger of fog. If you get caught in it, it will reset you to the starting location. To go through the fog you need to follow the direction of the torch’s flame, or to take a few steps, and, if it is safe, continue, if not, run back. Maag Halan – East from Keo Ruug Shrine, you’ll find a hollow, dead tree with the NPC Damia there. Damia gives the shrine quest called “The Test of Wood”. Fight your way to the entrance in the Mido Swamp.
Daag Chokah – Follow a path east from Keo Ruug Shrine. It will take you through a dead, hollow tree to Tasho, who stands on a rock. Talk with him to start “The Lost Pilgrimage”. You’ll have to follow another Korok to reach the shrine’s location.
Kuhn Sidajj – Just like with the previous ones, you have to find Korok, start the quest and complete it to get to the shrine’s location. This Korok is located southwest from the first shrine, towards Lake Saria. “Trial of Second Sight” shrine quest is an easy one. Use the Magnesis rune to find the right path, put a Rusty Shield into the tree’s mouth, take the chest it gives you as a reward towards the other tree’s mouth.
Ketoh Wawai – The final one is located north from the Great Hyrule Forest, in the area called Thyphlo Ruins (a large green tree). To reveal the shrine’s location, you need to complete the quest called “Shrouded Shrine”. Use the torch to light your way, and you’ll notice the stone braziers are shaped like birds. Go in the direction their beaks point to. You will have to fight a boss at the end and he holds the metal ball you need to reveal the shrine
Eldin Shrine Locations
Eldin is a region in the northeast. It consists of three larger areas, Eldin Canyon and Mountains and Death Mountain. There is a town called Goron City here, as well. You’ll need a Flamebreaker armor set to be able to traverse the Goron dominion..
Mo’a Keet – Just east from the Foothill Stable and the road that takes you to Eldin. If you follow the road, once you pass the stable, climb the taller hill.
Sah Dahaj – Glide east from Eldin Tower. Descend once you cross Lake Intenoch. Just below the tall enemy structure, close to Cephla Lake, on the lower ground.
Tah Muhl – From the Mo’a Keet Shrine and the Foothill Stable, head southwest. At the southwest of the first, taller mountain formation, closer to the ground level than the top, tucked in between the rock formations. It is a part of the shrine quest “A Landscape of a Stable”.
Mirro Shaz – Just north from the small Pico Pond, follow the beach from the nearby Woodland Stable.
Qua Raym – In the southwesternmost lava lake, called Goronbi Lake, there is a small island. Glide toward it if you want to find it.
Kayra Mah – South from Gorko Lake, in the area called Gorko Tunnel, on the greater plateau. Go to a hut in the west part of Goron City (first hut to the left as you enter the city) and talk to Bladon during the day to start the
A Brother’s Roast side quest. He’ll tell you to go to Goron Tunnels (southwest of Gorko Lake) to find his brother Gonguron. Just follow the road to the southeast; there’s even road signs pointing you the right way. When you find the brother, you’ll just have to go and look for rock roast in the nearby Gortram Cliff area. Once you bring it to the brothers, they’ll smash down the wall barring the shrine entrance. Daqa Koh – Follow the path south from Goron City, toward the Goron Hot Springs and north from Gorko Lake. There is a railroad path you can also use as a reference toward the shrine. Just before the final ascending path toward Death Mountain, you can spot the orange glowing rocks and the shrine.
Shae Mo’sah – Follow the road north from Goron City.
Shora Hah – This is on top of the Isle of Rabac, deep inside the lava-covered area. You’ll need more than one piece of the Flamebreaker to get here. Use your bombs to propel a mine cart across the rails in the lava.
Gorae Torr – On top of the large, tall rock in the Gut Check Rock area. You can use the the power of the winds to boost yourself up on the rock, but you’ll need better climbing gear if you want to enter the shrine. In order to enter it, you need to complete the quest “The Gut Check Challenge” that is given by Bayage, who is standing in front of it.
6. Bladon’s location in Goron City
6. Gorko Tunnel entrance location
Akkala Shrine Locations
Akkala is the north-easternmost region of Hyrule. It stretches from the sea in the east to Death Mountain in the west, and from the far north of the map to Toto Lake and Ploymus Mountain in the south.
Tu Ka’loh – This shrine is hidden in the maze on Lomei Labyrinth Island, in the northeast of the map, in the Akkala Sea. To solve the puzzle you enter it in the most northwestern point of entrance. Move the large metallic cube with your rune (there is a chest with great ancient core behind it) and follow the path to the right to reach the shrine. You can check out the screenshot bellow for reference..
Zuna Kai – There’s a very tall stone pillar in the middle of Skull Lake (northwest of Tempest gulch, in the northwest of Akkala). Find a high spot, then glide over and finish the climb.
Tutsuwa Nima – Located in the Spring of Power. It’s inside a very small body of water south of the North Akkala Valley, northeast of Orodorac Quarry. To enter, you must offer
(drop it in the water of the spring). Dinraal’s scale Katosa Aug – It’s just to the east of East Akkala Stable, just south of North Akkala Foothill.
Ritaag Zumo – At the very end of the spiral-shaped Rist Peninsula. To activate the shrine, pick up the orb where the spiral meets mainland (Into The Vortex side quest) and carry it over. Be careful, there’s a lot of enemies with ranged attacks.
Ze Kasho – Paraglide off of Akkala Citadel Ruins to the northwest and search the hills.
Dah Hesho – On the cliff south of the circular island in lake Akkala, northwest of Kaepora Pass.
Kah Mael – In the center of Tingel Island, find a large, flat rock and move it with Stasis to reveal the shrine below.
Ke’nai Shakah – In the norther part of Ulria Grotto, in the southeast of the region. This was a tough one to solve. There seems to always be raining in this region. Shrine is hidden behind breakable rock barrier on in inaccessible cliff side. You can drop from above it, slam into the breakable rocks, quickly drop your bomb and detonate it and if you have a fairy she will resurrect you and you can enter. If you don’t want to spend fairies you need to go to the cliff opposite of the breakable rocks. There are several large stones (some of them you can move with magnesis). Place them opposite of the breakable rock and use stasis and sledgehammers to launch them into the breakable rocks. Takes good positioning and about four hits with the sledgehammer to have it hit. Paraglide to the shrine cave from the cliff above. You can
check the gif of me doing it by clicking here.
Tu Kaloh Shrine labyrinth path to shrine
Lanayru Shrine Locations
Dow Na’eh – This one was placed here as I found it later on in the game. Some of you might even considered it as a part of West Necluda. It is well tucked in, behind a large waterfall. You can glide through the watefall, or simply go over the path beside it.
Tahno O’ah – To make it easier, this part of the mountain is bare. There is no forest here, except in one spot. This is where you should go. In this area, the eastern part of Madorna Mountain, beside the forest, you can spot the breakable stones. Destroy them to reveal the entrance. Jitan Sa’mi – On top of Mount Lanayru, you’ll see the Spring of Wisdom, guarded by Naydra, the dragon spirit. Shoot it in the enormous, red eyes that are on its body to release it, then shoot three more times to get the
. For more detailed instructions refer to our Naydra Scale . Breath of the Wild Secret Shrines Quest Locations guide Mezza Lo – This one is found in the area called Rabia Plain, up on the hill. It is one of Kass’s secret shrines. You’ll need to complete quest “The Crowned Beast”. In short notes, find and mount a deer and get him to stand on the ancient shrine pressure plate. If this doesn’t help, take a look
here. Rucco Maag – In the northeast corner of Samasa Plain, south of Ruto Mountain.
Shai Yota – Although this one is located in Horon Lagoon, first you need to find Kass just south of it, and complete the quest “Master of the Wind”. In case you need help with the quest, visit
here. Ne’ez Yohma – In the very center of Zora’s Domain, behind the statue of Mipha, under the Throne Room of King Dorephan.
Dagah Keek – From the city Zora’s Domain, find a bridge that takes you northwest. Follow the mountain range to the south until you reach a large waterfall called Veiled Falls. There, on the ground is the secret shrine pressure plate. To solve it, swim up the waterfall (you will need
Zora Chest armor), paraglide, then press attack to do a diving attack onto the plate. This should reveal the shrine. Soh Kofi – Fly north of Lanayru Tower, across the water, near the place that you meet Prince Sidon at for the first time.
Sheh Rata – There’s a small island just between Crenel Peak and Zelo Pond, in the northwest of the region. The island is overgrown with wild bushes, so you’ll need to burn them away to enter the shrine.
Central Hyrule Shrine Locations
Central Hyrule is a large area in the center of the map. It stretches from Castle Hyrule on the north to Lake Kolomo in the south. It’s surrounded by Hylia River in the east and Regencia River in the west. It’s a huge area, but there aren’t a lot of shrines.
Kaam Ya’tak – From the top of Central Tower, paraglide to the southwest and look around the eastern side of Mount Daphnes.
Katah Chuki – Northeast of Mount Gustaf, in the southeastern part of Quarry Ruins
Noya Neha – On the island north of Quarry Ruins, on the southern slope of a hill in the southwest corner of the island. Find the side overgrown with thorns, burn them away and use a bomb on the breakable rocks and reveal the shrine.
Saas Ko’sah – In the northern part of Castle Hyrule. You’ll have to go inside and find a large stone brazier and ignite it. To get inside the castle, watch it from the mountain on the northwest. You’ll notice a part of the moat where the water flows into the castle. That’s your point of entry.
Namika Ozz – In the northeast of Central Hyrule, in the center of Crenel Hills. Look inside the huge rocky formation that looks almost like a volcano opening.
Kaya Wan – Just head a little to the west of Wetland Stables, which are near a wooded area south of Crenel Peak, near the eastern bank of the Hylia River.
4. Hyrule Castle Moat Entry Point
4. Find and light the large stone brazier
Kass Shrine Quests
Kass is an NPC you will come across every now and then and he gives you quests with riddles to solve in order to discover shrines. We made a comprehensive
guide for every Kass Shrine quest in the game and how to solve their puzzles
. If you are stuck use that guide to uncover the shrines. Here are the shrine quests covered:
Qukah Nata Shrine – A Song of Storms
Shae Katha Shrine – The Serpent’s Jaws
Sasa Kai Shrine – Sign of the Shadow
Sheem Dagoze Shrine – The Two Rings
Mijah Rokee Shrine – Under a Red Moon
Mezza Lo Shrine – The Crowned Beast
Shai Yota Shrine – Master of the Wind
Shrines in Zelda BoTW
UPDATE: What follows is information we had on this page before the game came out and gives general information about shrines in Zelda BotW.
The shrines we’ve seen so far have all been underground. Their entrances were easy to notice – imagine a cave mouth adorned with glowing, orange runes. You’ll be able to spot them from quite far away, so use any chance you get at higher ground to scout out your surroundings. You can plant map markers on places you deem interesting, in case you don’t want to visit them right away.
Once you reach the shrine, you’ll use your Sheikah slate to gain entrance. The runes will turn blue, and an elevator will appear. Inside, jumping puzzles and challenges await. Many of them include finding inventive ways to use your rune powers. Getting to the end of the shrine is usually not that hard, so you’re pretty much guaranteed a spirit orb. However, there are other treasures inside, and they’ll often require a bit of lateral thinking.
They may include enemies, but the focus is usually not on fighting, but on figuring out a solution to the puzzles inside. They’re all tied by a theme in each shrine, so there isn’t much guessing involved. In case you do get stuck, we’re going to list the shrines and the solutions to their challenges on this page.
Once the game launches, on March 3rd, we’re going to start updating this guide with more info. If you discover a shrine that isn’t here, feel free to share your findings in the comments.