Tahno O’ah Shrine / Tahno O’ah’s Blessing / Secret of the Cedars- BotW

The Tahno O’ah Shrine is where the Climber’s Boots are acquired in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild making it one of the more desirable shrines in the game. Let’s see how it’s done.


The, “Secret of the Cedars,” shrine quest is collected from a woman in the central part of Hateno Village, she’s standing on the end of a wooden platform leading into the body of water in the center of town.

Upon talking to her, she tells you of a legend noting a treasure hidden on Mount Lanayru. The way to find this treasure is to view the three cedar trees on the map and follow them towards the ocean until you see a small platform on the mountain. This area houses the shrine.

tahno o'ah location


This walkthrough is quite simple, all you need to do is reach the shrine and blow up the rocks guarding it. The Shrine itself is a blessing so all it contains is a chest and the monk surrounded by a small and shallow body of water. The chest contains the Climber’s Boots which partnered with the whole set are amazing for climbing even in the rain, though climbing in the rain is easy if you know how.

As to how you reach the shrine, it’s easy to reach if you fast travel to the Jitan Sa’mi shrine on top of Mt. Lanayru and glide down. If you haven’t already unlocked this shrine, I recommend following the path leading from the Lanayru Promenade and climbing the mountain from there. There is a Lynel so if you want to avoid just walk around or you can learn to fight it from our Tips for attacking a Lynel.

And that’s it! Congratulations, you have completed the Tahno O’ah Shrine!

Tahno O’ah Shrine Location

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