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East Akkala Stable location & directions Tears of the Kingdom (Totk)

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In this guide, we’ll journey to yet another “middle of nowhere” stable, far in the northeast corner of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Here’s where to find the East Akkala Stable.

Where to find the East Akkala Stable

The East Akkala Stable is actually far northeast of Hyrule, near the edge of the map and beyond Death Mountain. It’s directly south of Bloodleaf Lake, and one of the only major landmarks nearby is the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab.

The exact location of the East Akkala Stable can be found at coordinates 4231, 2731, 0125 and on the above map.

How to get to the East Akkala Stable

The best route to the East Akkala Stable is due northeast of Central Hyrule. Shoot out of the Lookout Landing Skyview Tower and float to the Eldin Canyon Skyview Tower. Shoot out of that then head northeast again until you hit the Ulri Mountain Skyview Tower. Continue using the towers to float across the map until you reach the stable in the northeast corner.

The nearest shrine is Jochi-iu, and can be found on a small hillside northeast of the stable.


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