Shadow Of The Tomb Raider: Trial Of The Eagle Collectibles Guide

We show you how to find all the survival caches, documents, and murals in the Trial Of The Eagle area in Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

We show you how to find all the survival caches, documents, and murals in the Trial Of The Eagle area in Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

Got a spare 60 hours available? You’ll need all of them (and possibly more) to find all the hidden collectible scattered across the jungle in Shadow Of The Tomb Raider

Unlike most other areas that are absolutely stuffed to overflowing with items, the Trial Of The Eagle map only features a handful of collectibles. They are all quite easy to miss, however, and you aren’t likely to accidentally stumble upon them like in any other section of the world map.

Ready to get started? Let’s find all the Trial Of The Eagle documents, murals, and survival caches in one quick swoop. 

Be sure to check out the rest of our guides at the bottom of this page. 

Trial Of The Eagle Collectible Locations

Half of these collectibles are in an small side path that you might walk right past when first coming across the area’s main puzzle.

Did you already make it through the puzzle and didn’t find all the collectibles below on your first trip through the area? Just fast travel from anywhere in The Hidden City to the campsite at the far north end of the Trial Of The Eagle. From there, it’s simple to grab all four collectibles in quick succession.

Trial Of The Eagle Survival Cache

Survival Cache 1

From the campfire at the start of this area (immediately after leaving the tunnel from Kuwaq Yaku), jump across the first chasm, but don’t go up the short cliff towards the puzzle yet.

Instead, hang an immediate right to go down a path that isn’t clearly visible from across the chasm. Run all the way down to the end of the broken stone trail to find a wall with the first mural.

When facing toward the wall, to the right of the mural is a small patch of dirt where you can dig up the survival cache. Note: It won’t show up on your map until you dig it up, so be on the lookout for a small icon to appear when you are standing over the correct spot.

Map showing location of the first supply cache for Trial of the Eagle

Trial Of The Eagle Murals

Mural 1

The first mural is directly next to the first survival cache listed above. Just take the hidden side path before the area’s main puzzle and follow it until you a hit a wall. The mural is the broken piece of architecture positioned up against the wall.

Map showing the location of the first mural

Mural 2

The second mural can’t be found until you fully complete the Trial Of The Eagle puzzle.

After making your way to the top of the rotating platform arms and jumping across the collapsing statue, head forward into the room with the pool of water. The mural is on the edge of the pool and recessed in against the wall with all the offerings.

Map showing the location of the second mural

Trial Of The Eagle Document

Document 1

This is really the only collectible in this area that actually requires you to interact with the acrobatic puzzle with the constantly moving platform arms.

To get this document, proceed through the puzzle to the middle section where you have to go outside the main area to attach rope arrows on the rotating ledges.

While outside the interior area, look for this document on the wood platform outside. If you completed the puzzle already, you can still go back from either side (Kuwaq Yaku or The Hidden City) and just climb up the wall to reach this area again.

Map showing the location of the only document in Trial of the Eagle

Did you find any other secret nooks and crannies in the Trial Of The Eagle? Let us know in the comments below!

Looking for more help with the puzzles and collectibles? Check out our full list of Shadow Of The Tomb Raider walkthroughs.

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