The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild: Kam Urog Shrine Guide



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The Kam Urog Shrine, or The Trial of Passage, is one of the many shrines in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This shrine requires Link to climb up a large rotating circular room to reach the altar and claim the Spirit Orb. This shrine may seem quite complicated, but you will learn how to complete the Kam Urog Shrine and obtain the chests in this guide.

The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild: Kam Urog Shrine Guide

Link will be rewarded with Spirit Orbs for completing Shrines. The Spirit Orbs obtained can be exchanged for more Heart Containers or Stamina Vessels. As there are 120 Shrines all over Hyrule, Link will get 120 Spirit Orbs. You get to decide whether you want Link to have more Hearts or more Stamina.


The Kam Urog Shrine can be found in the middle of cliffs west of Robred Dropoff or northeast of Fort Hateno (east of Dueling Peaks Stable). The Kam Urog Shrine is one of seven shrines in the Hateno Tower Region.

For the shrine to appear, Link must first complete The Cursed Statue Shrine Quest:

The Cursed Statue

To start this shrine quest, Link must first talk to Dr. Calip in his cabin just east of Fort Hateno. Trees near Squabble River surround this cabin, and if you arrive at his cabin and do not see Dr. Calip, sleep in his bed until morning, and he will appear once Link wakes up.

Dr. Calip will tell Link about the ancient text he worked on upon talking to him. Then, at around 6:00 AM, he will leave the cabin, and you can even follow him to his field work site.

Link must go to the area where Kam Urog Shrine will appear (with the image above as a guide). It must be nighttime (you can create a campfire by dropping wood and flint, then attacking it with a metal weapon, and you can sit and wait for the night). Upon arriving in the area, the place will be filled with statues (and, to be honest, they look creepy). Link must seek out the statue whose eyes are glowing and shoot it between the eyes with Link’s bow and arrow. After that, the cursed statue will be destroyed, and the Kam Urog Shrine will appear just ahead.

Trial of Passage

Upon entering the shrine, you will see a big circular room in the distance ahead of Link. To complete the Kam Urog Shrine, this is what Link must do:

  1. Head inside the circular room through the entrance at the bottom and will see that the insides of the room are spinning in a clockwise manner. Inside the room are four platforms and three spiked balls with two of them being small and one of them a big one.
  2. Watch out for the small spike ball near the entrance and, using the Magnesis Rune ability, move the big spike ball out of the way.
  3. Then, stay in the middle part of the floor and wait for the long platform to scoop Link up.
  4. When the angle of the platform permits, run up the platform and jump and glide to the gear in the middle of the room when it is possible.
  5. After that, face back to the entrance of the room and you will see a chest on a platform. Jump and glide to the platform and open the chest to obtain an Opal.
  6. Next, face back to the insides of the room and you will see another chest on one of the spinning platforms. Wait for it to be near the bottom then jump and glide towards it. Open the chest to obtain a Soldier’s Spear.
  7. Then, carefully move to the left side of the platform as it is spinning to stay on it and, when the angle permits it, move again to the left side of the platform which is actually a set of stairs.
  8. Wait for the flight of stairs to connect with the other set of stairs at the upper part of the room and move up to the next set of stairs.
  9. Continue up the path and you will see the altar. Finally, Go to the altar, talk to the monk, and claim your Spirit Orb!

The Kam Urog Shrine or the Trial of Passage is one of seven shrines in the Hateno Tower region. The other shrines are the Myahm Agana Shrine or the Myahm Agana Apparatus, the Dow Na’eh Shrine or the Three Boxes, the Jitan Sa’mi Shrine or Jitan Sa’mi’s Blessing, the Mezza Lo Shrine or the Ancient Trifecta, the Tahno O’ah Shrine or Tahno O’ah’s Blessing, and the Chaas Qeta Shrine or A Major Test of Strength.

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