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How to Unlock Foothill Stable

This page will show how to unlock Foothill Stable in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, and show all of the materials and items that they have for sale. Read on to learn which materials can be bought after unlocking Foothill Stable!

How to Unlock Foothill Stable

Unlocked Via Quest

Unlock Condition
Unlocked by completing the Quest titled Hoping for Heat Relief

List of Quests

How to Complete Hoping for Heat Relief

Services Provided by Foothill Stable

Buy and Sell From Merchants

After unlocking Foothill Stable, you can buy and sell materials from Merchants when they are visiting. If a merchant isn't visiting, simply complete easy battles until one comes.

Potential Merchants

Age of Calamity Services

HW:AoC - List of Services

How to Unlock All Services

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Wiki Guide

Speak to the Stable Owner, Ozunda, from outside the stable to register a horse for 20 rupees.  This gets you a locally made saddle and bridle and access to your horse at all stables.  If you speak to him from the inside, he will offer a regular bed for 20 rupees or a soft bed for 40 rupees.  Both will restore your hearts, but the soft bed will get you one extra temporary heart.

Other stable characters include:  Beedle, Kass, Gaile, Dayto (wearing a Hunter's Shield), Mayro, and Zorona

Inside the stable on the table is a recipe:

Main Quests

None at this stable

Side Quests

None at this stable


Beedle sells the following items:

Gaile, one of many traveling merchants, sells Fireproof Elixir:

  • 1 for 60 rupees
  • 2 for 110 rupees
  • 3 for 150 rupees

Kairo, one of many traveling merchants, sells the following:

  • Amber (1 for 60 rupees)
  • Opal (1 for 80 rupees)
  • Topaz (1 for 360 rupees)
  • Ruby (1 for 420 rupees)
  • Sapphire (1 for 520 rupees)


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The Foothill Stable is a Stable in Breath of the Wild.[1]

Features and Overview

The Foothill Stable is nestled along the main road that leads further into Eldin Canyon region through eastern Trilby Valley. The Stable is surrounded by rugged hills and cliffs, giving it its name. On the eastern cliff stands the Mo'a Keet Shrine, which when activated, can be used as a convenient Travel Gate to the Stable. The Foothill Stable contains every amenity characteristic to Stables, including Horse services, providing lodging, and a Cooking Pot for Cooking. Several crates are left outside which can be broken for small items. An Iron Sledgehammer can be found resting against a rock near the Cooking Pot.

The Stable is run by Ozunda, who mans both its Horse services and lodging. As with all other Stables, Beedle can occasionally be found here selling his wares.

Kass the Rito bard can be found at the Stable, who when spoken to, will offer to sing Link a song about Hyrule's past 10,000 years ago.[2]

Inside the Stable is a large painting depicting Trilby Valley and the Foothill Stable. One of the Stable's regulars, Mayro, can be found admiring the painting. Mayro states that it was painted by Ozunda.[3] He believes that the Stable depicted in the painting was painted from the southern direction.[4] The painting provides a clue to the location of the Tah Muhl Shrine, and speaking with Mayro initiates the "A Landscape of a Stable" Shrine Quest.

A woman named Gaile sells Fireproof Elixirs to travelers aiming to travel through the region's hotter climate.[5] She will sell one Elixir for 60 Rupees, two for 110, and three for 150.



  1. ↑"Foothill Stable" — Map (Breath of the Wild)
  2. ↑"I happen to know a song about the ancient hero. It was passed down to me by my teacher. Do you care to hear it?" — Kass (Breath of the Wild)
  3. ↑"This painting was made by Ozunda, the owner of this stable, or so I hear." — Mayro (Breath of the Wild)
  4. ↑"I think the stable was painted from a southern direction... The composition is just so impressive..." — Mayro (Breath of the Wild)
  5. ↑"That place is sheer cliff after sheer cliff, and it gets so hot past the second checkpoint that your body will catch fire. Normally I wouldn't stop a stranger from heading to their doom, but I kinda like ya. So I guess I have no choice but to sell you these fireproof elixirs. They can protect you from the burning air." — Gaile (Breath of the Wild)
  6. ↑"Rancho de la montaña" — Map (Breath of the Wild)

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Wiki Guide

Shrine Quest Walkthrough

To begin this shrine quest, speak to Mayro in Foothill Stable found in the Eldin Region, just to the South of the entrance of Death Mountain.

He is looking at a landscape painting hanging on the wall inside the stable painted by stable owner Ozunda.

In the painting you can spot a shrine off in the left, with Death Mountain's peak along the right side, and below it on the far right you can see the top of the Foothill Stable.

Obviously this painting's point of view was fairly close, but you'll need to do some sleuthing to find it - and the path to the Shrine.

The best way to find this view is to start heading South from the stable along the ridge looking down on the Trilby Valley below. Stay near the Ternio Trail until you get near the fork in the road. To the West of the road is a skull cave with some Bokoblins outside - head towards it and then start making your way lower onto a small ridge opposite the skull, looking across the valley for a small archway formed by the rocks at the base of Death Mountain.

Once you get low enough, keep angling your vision to keep Death Mountain and the tip of the stable on the right side of your vision, and move Southwest until you see the shrine through a narrow gap below the rock arch.

If all else fails, start exploring the valley and keep looking up towards the rocks and see if you can spot a circle of birds that denote the shrine below them.


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Foothill Stable

Foothill Stable


Foothill Stable is a location in Breath of the Wild and Age of Calamity.

Breath of the Wild

It is one of fifteen Stables that are located across Hyrule. It is located on the edge of the Akkala and Eldin provinces, just off the road that winds up Death Mountain. It is near Cephla Lake before the Maw of Death Mountain. It is staffed by Ozunda and Gaile.





Local Resources


Fireproof Elixir: Grants a fireproof effect, which prevents your body from catching fire. Be sure to pack this when venturing out to explore Death Mountain.

This Fireproof Elixir has no restorative effect and makes Link fireproof for 3:40.


  • Fireproof Lizard
  • Bokoblin Horn​

Nearby Shrine Quests

Nearby Shrines

Nearby Korok Seeds

Following the road south from the stable, at the first small copse of trees on the west side of the road (up-cliff from the canyon containing an enemy camp), there is a small semi-circle of larger stones. Pick up the smaller, darker rock in the middle.

Age of Calamity

This service is unlocked by completing the quest "Hoping for Heat Relief". It is located southeast of Eldin Canyon and periodically hosts merchants who buy and sell materials.


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