In The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, players will spend most of the tutorial section gathering powers that Link will use for the rest of his adventure. After getting Recall, however, players might find it a little tricky to find their way to the final shrine and finish up the area.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom generally does an excellent job of showing players where they need to go, but often leaves the question of "how?" up to the player themselves. This section of the game is no exception, but luckily there's a pretty easy path to the final shrine if players just take a step back.
Where to Go After Getting Recall in Tears of the Kingdom
Immediately after unlocking the power of Recall, Link can use this power to climb the spinning devices in the Temple of Time and reach its back room. This will reveal a door that Link cannot open and a Goddess Statue that provides Link with extra hearts if he has a fourth Blessing of Light handy.
Trying and failing to open the door prompts Rauru to reveal the location of the final Shrine on this particular chain of Sky Islands, directly above where Link first awoke. That means players should head back to where they began the tutorial via fast travel and find some similar moving mechanisms to those found in the Temple of Time. With Recall, Link can climb them to get up to the top of the room and then use Ascend to rise through the ceiling and get to the top of the island.
From here, players can climb down to a launch point for Gliders and a door that leads into a cave. The Shrine is in here, alongside a construct that can upgrade Link's Power Cell if he brings them the right stuff.
Complete the Nachoyah Shrine; then it's time for a quick trip back to the Temple of Time. The launchpad outside can be used to fly over, and the water outside the temple can be used to get down from the glider quickly.
Open the door, reach the altar on the far side, and all of Hyrule becomes accessible. Players will need to dive from the platform with the Altar down into some water if they wish to leave the tutorial island alive.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available for Nintendo Switch.