Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Keh Namut Shrine Guide

We show you the solution to the Cryonis Trial and how to get the shrine chest.


Keh Namut Shrine is logically your last shrine stop on the Great Plateau in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. There is a caveat to entering Keh Namut Shrine that doesn’t affect the last three shrines we covered. Keh Namut is located a cold and mountainous area. Make sure you’ve completed the steps we mention in our guide on staying warm before you attempt to tackle this shrine.

Keh Namut Shrine Location

Keh Namut Shrine is located North-Northwest of Mt. Hylia’s peak and can be difficult or easy to get to depending on how you go about getting to it. As long as you’ve obtained the Warm Doublet, it’s a breeze to walk to Keh Namut Shrine and enter. However, if you don’t have any protection from the cold weather, you’ll more than likely freeze before you can make it to the shrine.

Keh Namut Shrine Solution

Once you’ve entered Keh Namut Shrine, head to the left and place your Sheikah Tablet in the Guidance Stone to receive the Cryonis Rune. After that, head forward and use Cryonis on the water below the ledge. Climb the pillar of ice and proceed forward.

In the next room, you’ll find a lowered gate. To raise it, use Cryonis underneath it, and the resulting block of ice will raise it. Proceed further and to the right, and you’ll see a platform on the ground.

Use Cryonis underneath each side of the platform to raise it to its proper place. You can then climb the blocks of ice and proceed to the sage at the end of the shrine.

Keh Namut Shrine Chest

The Keh Namut Shrine Chest is located in the hallway towards the last Cryonis puzzle. If you look to your left heading down the corridor, you’ll see the chest is a small, out of reach alcove. Use Cryonis in front of the ledge leading to the chest and climb the ice block to get it.

We’ve covered the first four shrines in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and you should now be able to leave the Great Plateau. We’ll be adding more shrines in the coming days. For more helpful info, check out our The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild guide hub.

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