All 4 Great Sky Island Shrine Locations in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

If you’re playing The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and looking for the Great Sky Island shrine locations, you’ve come to the right place. As you progress through the ‘The Closed Door’ quest, you’ll need to visit all four shrines on Great Sky Island. Here’s where to find them:

The first shrine is the Ukouh Shrine, located to the west of the Temple of Time. Use your Purah Pad to place pins and traverse over to the hill it sits on. Climb up the spiral slope to reach the Ukouh Shrine.

After completing the Ukouh Shrine, use the rail (by using the hook and platform technique) to get to the next set of islands. Then, attach two logs together with Ultrahand to build a bridge to get to the other side.

Continue south until you reach the archer Zonai, then create a boat by sticking a few logs together and putting a sail on it to get across the lake. Round the bend and climb up the hill to reach the second Great Sky Island shrine, In-isa Shrine.

The third shrine is located in the east on the Great Sky Island. To get there, you need to know how to make a fan boat, complete the broken mine cart puzzle, and create a meal with the Spicy Peppers to have some cold resistance. Climb up through the cold region until you reach the top of the Ice Mountain. To get to the summit, attach three logs and prop them up against the mountain. Once you’re at the top, enter Gutanbac Shrine, the third shrine on Great Sky Island.

With the first three shrines complete, continue north and use the Zonai wings to fly toward the Temple of Time. After visiting the Temple of Time, discovering a new power, and trying to open the door, the fourth shrine will be revealed to you. Fast travel to the Room of Awakening and use Ascend and Recall to get past the puzzles. Continue through the path before you and you’ll reach the Nachoyah Shrine, the fourth and final shrine on Great Sky Island.

Happy shrine hunting!


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