How To Complete Serutabomac Shrine In Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom

Use planks to craft bridges in Serutabomac Shrine.

Serutabomac Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is important since its location is of great significance. It is worth noting that beneath this shrine, you will kick off your last main quest and defeat the Ganondorf boss.

Serutabomac Shrine tests your ingenuity in creating useful structures and using them to progress in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Below is a detailed stepwise explanation of the trial for your convenience.

Serutabomac Shrine Location in Zelda: TotK

Serutabomac Shrine is to the Northeast of Hyrule Castle, near Hyrule Castle Moat. As this shrine is on the ground hanging in the air, the only way to reach it is by using the Lookout Landing Skyview tower and gliding Northeast from there.

Its exact coordinates are (-0179, 1171, 0280).

Serutabomac Shrine Walkthrough

Serutabomac Shrine in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom offers a trial called The Way Up. The objective of this puzzle is to create makeshift bridges and use them to ascend to the top.

1. In the first room, pick up the metal plank with Ultrahand and place it on two rods to create a ledge.

2. Use the Ascend ability to get to the top of the ledge and reach the next area.

3. In the second room, attach two metal planks at a right angle to each other.

4. Rotate the newly created structure and place it on a single rod in the left corner of the room.

5. Once the plank is balanced on the rod, use Ascend to reach its top. This will take you to the final area.

6. The final room has three planks. Attach them all in a row to create a long plank.

7. Place it as a ramp in the left corner of the room. Climb it to find a treasure chest and collect a Magic Rod from it.

8. Use the same plank as a ramp on the opposite wall. Climb it to reach the altar room.

9. Interact with Rauru and Sonia’s statues to collect a Light of Blessing and complete The Way Up trial.

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