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Dueling Peaks Stable location & directions Tears of the Kingdom (Totk)

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At last! We’ve reached the end of our series of stable guides, and this is the last one that’s being produced. Does it feel good? What if this is the last one you need to find too? Shared experiences are what make this all worth it. Anyway, here’s where to find the Dueling Peaks Stable in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Where to find the Dueling Peaks Stable

The Dueling Peaks Stable isn’t too far from Central Hyrule, due southeast from the center of the map. You’ll find it in-between West and East Necluda, in a small mountain range.

The exact location of the Dueling Peaks Stable can be found at coordinates 1748, -1939, 0010 and on the above map.

How to get to the Dueling Peaks Stable

This stable has a pretty straightforward path. Start at the Lookout Landing Skyview Tower, then launch out of it and glide southeast. Then use the Sahasra Slope Skyview Tower to glide further directly into the Dueling Peaks Stable area.

The Eshos Shrine is located on a tall mountain directly west of the Dueling Peaks Stable. We recommend going here first and picking up the checkpoint, then heading to the stable. After you have the shrine to fast travel to, it’ll be easy to quickly jump down off the mountain and get back to the stable.


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