Sho Dantu Shrine is a Shrine from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It is located under a small overhang in the Gerudo Highlands northwest of Gerudo Tower in Karusa Valley. To reveal the Shrine, Link must drop a Luminous Stone onto an ancient pedestal surrounded by four deposits of the same ore. The Sheikah Monk Sho Dantu offers a Spirit Orb to Link upon completion of his trial. Once activated with the Sheikah Slate, the Shrine acts as a fast travel point for Karusa Valley making return visits to the valley and the nearby Yiga Clan Hideout easier.
The trial of Two Bombs begins with Link entering a low chamber with a door ahead and to the right, and a stack of wooden boxes to the left. Using a Remote Bomb to blow up the boxes to the left reveals another chamber with a column periodically raising and lowering. Using this column, Link can launch a Remote Bomb and detonate it in midair to activate a Crystal Switch which opens the door to the right of the entrance. This chamber also holds a column, though this time Link must operate it manually using another Crystal Switch on the other side of a raised platform. Once a bomb is launched and detonated similarly to the previous room, another switch is activated which opens the door across from the entrance to the Shrine. The final chamber is much trickier, requiring Link to time the detonation of two remote bombs such that one detonation raises Link to a platform near the entrance to Sho Dantu's enclosure, then delaying the second detonation until he reaches stable ground before opening the gate allowing access to the monk's altar and then completing the trial.