Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is a pretty sizable game with a gigantic map to match. While stables aren’t spawn points or fast-travel hotspots, they are useful throughout the game. Unless you like walking everywhere on foot, you’ll need a horse and, consequently, a stable. Finding the closest one to your location is a great investment since a horse without a saddle isn’t yours until you register it. If you’ve just started your save in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom and need to find all the stable locations, we’ve got you covered. In this article, we’ll introduce the idea of stables in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, what they do, and where you can find them all.
What Can You Do in Stables?
The stables found in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom are quite similar to the ones you’ve seen in Breath of the Wild. And in case you’ve not played the first game, we briefly explain the stable’s services. In Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, there are a total of 18 different stables out there for you to visit, lodge in, and board your horses. Most of them function as inns, while some are merely resting places for your horses and only them. Most stables also come with campfires and meandering locals. Many central locations for quests, such as the Froggy Armor side quests, are focused on stables.
If you’re having trouble finding a stable, look to the skies. Often you can see a pillar of smoke rising from a stable’s location, either from the campfire nearby the stable or from the top of the stable itself. Most stables also have an iconic wooden horse head on top of the roof. This is the pinnacle sign that you’ve found a stable. Keep in mind that stables themselves are not fast-travel locations. The only places you can fast-travel to are Shrines. However, don’t worry too much about fast travel. Most stables have a Shrine nearby where you can travel to if you need to access a stable as soon as you can.
All Stable Locations in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom
It’s important to know all the stable locations in Tears of the Kingdom because they are your resource for a lot of help in the game. For example, you can sleep in a stable to regain health, pass the time, and avoid the rain. If you pay a little extra to sleep in a special bed, you can even gain temporary hearts and stamina this way. Keep in mind, though, any boosts you gain from a stable won’t be permanent. Once those extra hearts are gone, they’re gone. One difference between stables in Breath of the Wild and Tears of the Kingdom is the presence of Pony Points.
Pony Points are useful additions to the stable that allow you to gather points just for using the stable. Every time you board a horse or sleep in an inn, Pony Points are added to the card you first receive when visiting a stable. If you accumulate enough Pony Points during your visit, you can unlock a better bed, which can give you daytime bonuses. Pony Points can also award you things like a Harness, which can be used to attach carts to horses. The last thing that Pony Points can give you is expansion for boarding. With Pony Points, you can store more than 20 horses in a stable, available at every other stable for your convenience. That means if you tend to collect mounts, you’re in luck.
Below we have a list of all the stable locations, including their coordinates:
- Dueling Peaks Stable (1757, -1957, 0010)
- Foothill Stable (2610, 1144, 0148)
- East Akkala Stable (4254. 2737, 0125)
- Gerudo Valley Pass Mini Stable (-1691, -1661, 0020)
- Gerudo Canyon Stable (-2773, -2240, 0029)
- Hateno Pasture Stable (3620, -1943, 0180)
- Lakeside Stable (1547, -3535, -0061)
- Highland Stable (0520, -3443, 0047)
- Lookout Landing Mini Stable (-0249, 0056, 0019)
- New Serenne Stable (-1348, 0745, 0085)
- Lucky Clover Gazette (-3247, 1766, 0118)
- Outskirt Stable (1437, -1266, 0032)
- Snowfield Stable (-1643, 2567, 0234)
- Riverside Stable (0326, -1087, 0009)
- South Akkala Stable (3125, 1687, 0201)
- Wetland Stable (0914, -0248, 0034)
- Tabantha Bridge Stable (-2919, 0546, 0169)
- Woodland Stable (1057, 1122, 0022)
Most stables are easy to access and easy to find. However, some stables throughout Hyrule have a dual purpose behind them. For example, the Lucky Clover Gazette is the headquarters for a newspaper. There you can take on extra missions to obtain the Froggy Armor gear. When you arrive there, you won’t earn Pony Points from boarding horses or staying in the inn.