Great Cliffs

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The Great Cliffs is a location found in Breath of the Wild.

Overview

The Great Cliffs are a region found at the northeast end of the Gerudo Desert. The area is easily identified by a perpetual sandstorm, bringing visibility close to zero and making it impossible for Link to view his map. However, during the hours of 9pm and 4am, the sandstorm subsides, making it more possible to navigate the region. After Link has completed the Dako Tah Shrine, the sandstorm will subside, allowing Link to travel the area freely, day or night.

At the east side of the cliffs there is an enemy camp with a series of Lizalfos and Keese. After defeating them all, a treasure chest will unlock containing a Gerudo Spear. A second treasure chest can be found just northwest of the shrine, on top of a thin, but very tall pillar. This chest contains ten Ice Arrows.

To the northeast of the Great Cliffs, there is a path in the sand that passes in between the higher cliffs on the sides. This eventually leads to another treasure chest which contains a Diamond.

The Eye of the Sandstorm

Main article: The Eye of the Sandstorm

After speaking with Nobiro at the Kara Kara Bazaar, he mentions that there is a treasure hidden in the Great Cliffs, but since the sandstorm is always around, he cannot seem to explore. This will begin The Eye of the Sandstorm shrine quest. Nobiro has heard rumors that the sandstorm subsides at some point. At nighttime Link can freely explore the Great Cliffs and he will find the Dako Tah Shrine. The shrine is the treasure that Nobiro had heard about and once Link has activated the pedestal, the Shrine Quest will be complete.

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Nearby Korok Seeds

Solve the Magnesis block puzzle.

Solve the Magnesis block puzzle.

This Magnesis puzzle is more spread out than most. Solution is on the west wall, puzzle on the right, and block's in the middle.

This Magnesis puzzle is spread out. The solution's on the west wall, puzzle's on the east, and the block's in the middle. In the picture, the solid red spot is where the block goes.