The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Great Plateau Shrine Locations
At the start of Breath of the Wild, you’ll meet an Old Man who offers you a Paraglider in exchange for visiting the four different Shrines in the Great Plateau and solving their puzzles. The first Shrine is hard to miss, as the Old Man will point it out to you. However, the other three Shrines are a little harder to find. The game advises you to look out for them by climbing to the top of the tower and using your binoculars. If you’re still having trouble finding them, we’ve listed out the locations down below:
Oman Au (Magnesis): The first Shrine the Old Man guides you to. This one is found just northwest of the tower, past the pond.
Ja Baij (Bomb): The second Shrine in the area can be found at the Eastern Abbey, on the most eastern corner of your map.
Owa Daim (Stasis): The third Shrine is located at the southern point of the map, right before you reach Mount Hylia.
Ke Numut (Cryonis): The final Shrine is towards the western side of the map, next to the River of the Dead. The Shrine is located right next to the tiny pond that you can see on the map.
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