Location of Woodland Stable in Tears of the Kingdom (TotK)

Totk Woodland Stable At Dusk
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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom features a large number of stables. These are well worth finding, due to the variety of services they provide and the easy access to local attractions. Here is our guide telling you the location of Woodland Stable in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Tears of the Kingdom – location of Woodland Stable

At a stable, you can rest for the night and refill your life in the process. Outside, there is usually a well to explore, and a nearby shrine for fast travel purposes. You can also find rumors related to Zelda, and meet the traveling merchant, Beedle. It pays to find every stable you can.

To find the Woodland Stable location, simply travel northeast from Lookout Landing. It is on the southwest edge of the Eldin Canyon region, due east from the Hyrule Castle Moat.

Totk Woodland Stable Location Map

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Roads will take you the entire journey from Lookout Landing. First head east and veer northeast, across Mabe Prairie and the Romani Plains. Ahead of the eastern bridge, turn north and pass the ruins of Hyrule Cathedral. Cross the Boneyard Bridge and keep going north across another bridge. The road veers east from there, past the Rauru Settlement Ruins, until you finally arrive at a crossroads and the stables, just west of Pico Pond.

Woodland Stables offer the same amenities as most stables. They also are noteworthy because they’re not far southeast from the flower bud where a Great Fairy resides. Check our guide on how to unlock the Great Fairy Tera if you would like help gaining access to armor upgrades at that location.

The road north from the stables also leads through Minshi Woods and the associated chasm, before ending at the Great Hyrule Forest. When I want to visit the stable now, I fast travel by way of Ekochiu Shrine on the hillside just above it. Make sure to activate that shrine on your first visit so you can do the same thing.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available for purchase from the Nintendo Store.

Jason Venter
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