Dah Kaso is one of the many Shrines located throughout Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The challenge inside is a Test of Strength trial, has you taken on a powerful foe in combat.
Where to find Dah Kaso
The Shrine is located to the south-west of the Great Plateau, on a road between that starting area and the south-west Gerudo Wasteland region.
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If you look on the map, you'll see a number of islands in a lake as part of the Digdogg Suspension Bridge. The Shrine is underneath a footbridge between two of these islands. You should see it quick enough when you get there, otherwise drop down and have a look around.
Once inside, it's one of the game's many Test of Strength challenges - specifically against the easiest kind of Guardian Scout.
The proximity to the game's opening area makes this an ideal Shrine to tackle if you fancy getting your feet wet in combat, and the prior link has strategies on how to beat it.
While you're here, here are other Shrines within this region:
Gerudo Highlands region (6 Shrines)
- Joloo Nah trial and Test of Will quest
- Keeha Yoog and the Cliffside Etchings quest solution
- Kema Kosassa shrine location
- Kuh Takkar and the Melting Ice Hazard trial solution
- Sasa Kai and The Sign of the Shadow quest solution
- Sho Dantu and the Two Bombs trial solution
If you're after other trials, then our Zelda: Breath of the Wild Shrine locations and maps hub page can help with other regions.