All Tears of the Kingdom stable locations

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Looking for all Tears of the Kingdom stable locations? For those that played BotW, stables need no introduction. They allow you to both register and board horses for safe keeping, as well as being a great place to find some side quests and side adventures. They are especially useful if you come across a particular well-specced stead in The Legend of Zelda TotK.

There are a total of 14 Tears of the Kingdom stables across Hyrule, dotted fairly evenly across the map so that you’re never too far from one. We’ll lay out the location of each one below. If you’re still getting your head around how steads work in TotK, read up on how to get a horse in Tears of the Kingdom and how to transfer your horse from BotW to Tears of the Kingdom.

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Here’s a list of all Tears of the Kingdom stable locations:

  • Woodland Stable
  • Riverside Stable
  • Snowfield Stable
  • Dueling PeaksStable
  • Outskirt Stable
  • Tabantha Bridge Stable
  • Mini Stable Gerudo Canyon Entrance
  • Gerudo Canyon Stable
  • New Serenne Stable
  • Wetland Stable
  • Foothill Stable
  • South Akkala Stable
  • East Akkala Stable
  • Lakeside Stable
  • Highland Stable
All Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: Woodland stable on map.
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Woodland Stable

  • Location: Pico Pond, Eldin Canyon, Eldin
  • Coordinates: 1057, 1122, 0022

The Tears of the Kingdom Woodland Stable is located in the southwest Eldin Canyon portion of Eldin, southwest of Death Mountain and on the border with Central Hyrule. The stable is west of Pico Pond and just south of the Ekochiu Shrine. An easy way to get here is just to head northeast of Lookout Landing.

All Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: Riverside stable on map.
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Riverside Stable

  • Location: Whistling Hill, Hyrule Field, Central Hyrule
  • Coordinates: 0326, -1087, 0009

The Riverside Stable is southeast of Lookout Landing, just south of the Whistling Hill in Hyrule Field in Central Hyrule. It’s on the banks of the Hylia River and south of the Tajikats Shrine.

All Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: Snowfield stable on map.
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Snowfield Stable

  • Location: South Tabantha Snowfield, Tabantha Tundra, Hebra Mountains
  • Coordinates: -1630, 2587, 0234

You’ll find the Snowfield Stable in the South Tabantha Snowfield portion of Tabantha Tundra in the Hebra region, at coordinates -1643, 2567, 0234. The Stable is southeast of the Pikida Stonegrove Skyview Tower and south the Great Fairy Fountain.

Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: Dueling Peaks Stable on map.
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Dueling Peaks Stable

  • Location: Dueling Peaks, West Necluda, Necluda
  • Coordinates: 1757, -1957, 0010

The Dueling Peaks Stable is located east of the Dueling Peaks in West Nebula. It’s west of the Ash Swamp, south of the Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower, and northwest of the Rabella Wetlands Skyview Tower.

Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: Outskirt Stable on map.
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Outskirt Stable

  • Location: Aquame Lake, Hyrule Field, Central Hyrule
  • Coordinates: 1437, -1266, 0032

The Outskirt Stable is on the western banks of Lake Aquame in the southwestern part of Hyrule Field in Central Hyrule. It’s southwest of the Hyrule Field Skyview Tower.

Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: Tabantha Bridge Stable on map.
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Tabantha Bridge Stable

  • Location: Tabantha Great Bridge, Hyrule Ridge, Central Hyrule
  • Coordinates: -2919, 0546, 0169

The Tabantha Bridge Stable is Tears of the Kingdom is found just east of the Tabantha Great Bridge, which connects Hyrule Ridge to Tabantha Frontier. The Makurukis Shrine is just north of the stable.

Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: Mini Stable on map.
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Mini Stable Gerudo Canyon Entrance

  • Location: Digdodd Suspension Bridge, Hyrule Fields, Central Hyrule
  • Coordinates: -1692, -1661, 0020

The Mini Stable is located southwest of the Outskirt Stable in the southwest of Hyrule field at the entrance to Gerudo Canyon.

Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: Lakeside Stable on map.
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Gerudo Canyon Stable

  • Location: Gerudo Canyon, Gerudo Desert, Gerudo
  • Coordinates: -2797, -2235, 0030

The Gerudo Canyon Stable is located at the end of the Gerudo Canyon where it meets the Gerudo Desert. It’s west of the Gerudo Canyon Skyview Tower and right next to the Turakamik Shrine.

Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: New Serenne Stable on map.
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New Serenne Stable

  • Location: North Hyrule Plain, Hyrule Ridge, Central Hyrule
  • Coordinates: -1348, 0745, 0085

The New Serenne Stable is the North Hyrule plain on the border between Hyrule Ridge and Central Hyrule. The stable is north of the Breach of Demise and just to the Sinakawak Shrine.

Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: Wetland Stable on map.

Wetland Stable

  • Location: Lanayru Wetlands, Lanayru
  • Coordinates: 0887, -0161, 0026

The Wetland Stable is located to the west of the Lanayru Wetlands in Lanayru on the eastern bank of the Hylia River not far from the border with Central Hyrule. It’s just north of the Tukarok Shine, south of Crenel Peak, and north of the Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower.

Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: Foothill Stable on map.
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Foothill Stable

  • Location: Cephla Lake, Eldin Canyon, Eldin
  • Coordinates: 2610, 1144, 0148

The Foothill Stable is on the western banks of the Cephla Lake in Eldin Canyon, Eldin. North of the stable is the Kisinona Shrine, with Lake Ferona to the west and Ternio Trail to the south.

Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: South Akkala Stable on map.
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South Akkala Stable

  • Location: Akkala Citadel Ruins, Akkala Highlands, Akkala
  • Coordinates: 3125, 1687, 0201

The South Akkala Stable is the Kanlet Ridge portion of Akkala Highland, Akkala. It’s south of the Mayachideg Shrine and south west of the Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower. It’s sandwiched between Broca Island to the west and Toring Wetland to the east.

Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: East Akkala Stable on map.
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East Akkala Stable

  • Location: North Akkala Foothill, Deep Akkala, Akkala
  • Coordinates: 4235, 2740, 0126

The East Akkala Stable is just south of the North Akkala Foothills in Deep Akkala, north of Tarrey town, northeast of the Akkala Highlands Skyview Tower, and just next to the Jochi-Ui Shrine. It’s also located just south of the Horse God Malanya’s fountain.

Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: Lakeside Stable on map.
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Lakeside Stable

  • Location: Lake Floria, Faron
  • Coordinates: 1553, -3525, 0061

The Lakeside Stable is west of Lake Floria in Faron, north of Ubota Point and a stone’s throw from the Joju-u-u Shrine. The closest Skyview Tower is the Rabella Wetlands Skyview Tower.

Tears of the Kingdom stable locations: Highland Stable on map.
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Highland Stable

  • Location: Haran Lake, Faron Grasslands, Faron
  • Coordinates: 0520, -3443, 0047

The Highland Stable is east of Haran Lake and south Fural Plains in the Faron Grasslands region of Faron in southern Hyrule. It’s southernmost stable in TotK and southeast of the Utsushok Shrine.

What’s available at Stables in Tears of the Kingdom?

The main reason to head to a stable is to board or collect one of your horses. If you’re in a rush to get somewhere across land, using a horse is the easiest way, so it’s worth having a way to get to every stable in the game.

Aside from this, there are lots of other reasons to head to stables. Visiting stables and boarding horses can get you rewards such as a towing harness, and new bridles and saddles. There are also some great quests available, such as the Potential Princess Sightings quest for the Lucky Clover Gazette.

That covers all the Tears of the Kingdom stable locations. If you’re after armour upgrades, check out our Tears of the Kingdom Great Fairy locations guide and best Tears of the Kingdom weapons list, or read up on all the Tears of the Kingdom Skyview Tower locations in Hyrule.

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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

  • Release Date: May 12, 2023
  • Platform(s): Nintendo Switch
  • Genre(s): Action, Action Adventure, Adventure
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