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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom — How to Find and Farm Endura Carrots in TotK

Here's our guide to help you find and farm Endura Carrots in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Endura Carrots are can be hard to find and farm if you don’t know where to look. Indeed, they spawn in out-of-the-way places and during specific times. You’ll need them, however, for your mounts, especially if some have given up the ghost. Here’s our guide to help you find and farm Endura Carrots in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

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Where to Find Endura Carrots in Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Endura Carrot Locations

You’ll give TotK Endura Carrots to Malanya, God of Horses. Just as four Great Fairies provide you with boosts to your armor sets, Malanya does the same for your horses. These blessings increase their stats and revive any that have died. However, you must gather Endura Carrots first.

Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Endura Carrots often grow near Cherry Blossom Trees. In fact, Malanya gives you a clue as to the location of one such tree on Satori Mountain’s summit. It’s southwest of Hyrule Field at coordinates (9-2307, -0351, 0348).

Satori Mountain has at least three or four of these vegetables that you can pick up. Still, there are other Cherry Blossom Trees throughout Hyrule.

The only downside is that, at best, you’ll find just one Endura Carrot near these trees. A couple of examples I’ve seen while exploring are in Gerudo Canyon and Yamiyo Shrine, just northeast of Lookout Landing:

  • Gerudo Canyon coordinates (-2319, -2151, 0250).
  • Yamiyo Shrine coordinates (0311, 0538, 0022).

TotK Endura Carrot Farming Tips

To find and farm Endura Carrots, make sure you take a photo of them using the Purah Pad Camera. I also suggest keeping your eyes peeled for Cherry Blossom Trees as you’re adventuring. Once you spot one, track Endura Carrots using the Purah Pad Sensor+ upgrade so you can find all the nodes.

Lastly, like most other resources and enemies, these will respawn with each Bloodmoon Cycle. As such, just remember the location and return there every now and then to farm Endura Carrots.

That’s how to find and farm Endura Carrots in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. For more tips, walkthroughs, and strategies, visit our Zelda: TotK guides hub.


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