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All Stable Locations in TotK (Map) – Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

Where can Link take his horse to the old town road?

It may seem jarring for players to go from Breath of the Wild, where they could warp anywhere across the map, to The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, where they need to discover Hyrule once again. Exploring the world gets a lot easier with Stables, though. When Link has access to a nearby horse, he can spend less time getting from place to place. Here is precisely where you can find every Stable in Zelda: TotK.

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Where to find all Stables in TotK - Zelda Tears of the Kingdom Exact Stable Locations Map

There are 15 total Stables in Tears of the Kingdom. Most of them are spread out, so Link is never far from a horse. There is at least one Stable by each of the four main objectives that start out the game (by Goron City, Gerudo Town, Rito Village and Zora's Domain). Through exploring the overworld, I found that there was hardly a big objective in the game that didn't have a stable reasonably nearby.

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  • Riverside Stable: In the middle of the map, slightly below Whistling Hill in Hyrule Field, can be warped to by Tajikats Shrine (coordinates 0327, -1081, 0009)
  • Wetland Stable: Below Rebonae Bridge, which can be found west of the Lanaryu Wetlands, can be warped to by Tukarok Shrine (coordinates: 0889, -0158, 0025)
  • Outskirt Stable: Just west of the Colosseum Ruins by the Great Plateau, can be warped to by Tsutsu-um Shrine (coordinates: -1434, -1265, 0032)
  • Mini Stable: South of the Outskirt Stable, just past the Digdogg Suspension Bridge, can be warped to by Tsutsu-um Shrine (coordinates: -1686, -1662, 0020)
  • Tabanthia Bridge Stable: On the west side of the map, just south of Mount Rhoam, can be warped to by Makurukis Shrine (coordinates: -2914, 0545, 0169)
  • Snowfield Stable: To the east of the Hebra Mountains in the upper left corner of the map, can be warped to by Orochium Shrine (coordinates: -1639, 2566, 0233)
  • New Serrene Stable: Directly north of the Breach of Demise, which can be found west of Hyrule Castle, can be warped to by Sinakawak Shrine (coordinates: -1351, 0734, 0085)

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  • Gerudo Canyon Stable: Found on the road west of Gerudo Canyon on ground level, can be warped to by Turakamik Shrine (coordinates: -2793, -2238, 0029)
  • Highland Stable: Right next to Fural Plain, which is south of Lake Hylia, can be warped to by Utsushok Shrine (coordinates: 0517, -3439, 0047)
  • Woodland Stable: West of Pico Pond, which is located on the border of Hyrule Field and the Eldin Province up north, can be warped to by Ekochiu Shrine (coordinates: 1053, 1130, 0022)
  • Foothill Stable: South of Death Mountain at the end of the road that leads north from the Lanaryu Wetlands, can be warped to by Kisinona Shrine (coordinates: 2600, 1133, 0147)
  • South Akkala Stable: Just north of the South Akkala Plains, nestled in between that and Death Mountain, can be warped to by Mayachideg Shrine (coordinates: 3137, 1682, 0201)
  • East Akkala Stable: In the northeastern corner of the map below the Ancient Tech Lab, can be warped to by Jochi-iu Shrine (coordinates: 4237, 2739, 0125)
  • Dueling Peaks Stable: Directly east of the Dueling Peaks, which are the two large mountains on the east of Hyrule Field, can be warped to by Eshos Shrine (coordinates: 1747, -1919, 0010)
  • Lakeside Stable: Overlooking Lake Floria from the south in the Faron Province, can be warped to by Joju-u-u Shrine (coordinates: 1555, -3521, 0060)

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