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Outskirt Stable location & directions Tears of the Kingdom (Totk)

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With a name like “Outskirt Stable,” you’d expect this Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom locale to be far off the beaten path. Good news: it isn’t! You won’t even need to get near the Gerudo desert to find this stable: here’s where to locate it.

Where to find the Outskirt Stable

The Outskirt Stable is planted southwest of Central Hyrule, before the series of mountains and the desert that dot the southwestern landscape of Hyrule.

The exact location of the Outskirt Stable can be found at coordinates -1447, 1266, 0032, and on the above map.

How to get to the Outskirt Stable

As is the case with most directions: all roads start with Lookout Landing. If you haven’t discovered the southwest region yet, you can head directly south after catapulting out of the Lookout Landing Tower and glide to the Hyrule Field Skyview Tower. Shoot out of the Hyrule Field tower and veer southwest to comfortably land at the Outskirt Stable.

The Tsutsu-um Shrine is directly beside the Outskirt Stable on a hill to the south. Grab it! It’s your “fast travel spot” back to the stable.


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