As you approach the chasm separating the warmth of Hyrule Ridge and the brutal cold of Tabantha Frontier in Tears of the Kingdom, you’ll have to prepare for your travels into the north. Do you have enough cold-resistance food? Are you wearing the right armor? Do you have a trusty horse to accompany you throughout the journey? Whether you want extra hearts or your favorite horse, stopping at a stable will help you out. If you’re curious, continue reading to find out where Tabantha Bridge Stable is in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.
Tabantha Bridge Stable Location in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom (TOTK)
Tabantha Bridge Stable is in Hyrule Ridge near Makurukis Shrine and southwest of Lindor’s Brow Skyview Tower. The exact coordinates for Tabantha Bridge Stable are (-2909, 0550, 0169).
One method to get here is teleporting to Lindor’s Brow Skyview Tower and gliding over Ludfo’s Bog, traversing Mount Rhoam if you run out of stamina. Alternatively, you can start from Sinakawak Shrine and travel southwest along the road, giving you a clear path to the stable. Similarly, Runakit Shrine has a trail following the northwestern curve of Mount Rhoam, leading you straight to the stable.
If you’ve unlocked Makurukis Shrine previously, you can also teleport here and glide down the cliff’s edge to the stable.
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What Can You Find at TOTK’s Tabantha Bridge Stable?
Tabantha Bridge Stable is a place you must visit during the Lucky Clover Gazette’s Potential Princess Sightings quest line to unlock the Froggy Armor set. When you start this adventure and go to the stable during the day, you’ll spot Penn inside a goat pen tree at coordinates (-2909, 0523, 0169), commenting on how the goats suddenly vanished! He’ll ask you to talk to Chork, beginning the White Goats Gone Missing mini-quest.
Outside this quest, you can also speak to the stable owner, Dabi, and get a Pony Point for your first visit. You can also register your wild horses here or buy a night’s rest at the inn for 20-50 rupees, with the pricier option temporarily providing extra hearts!
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