# How many miles can you travel by horse in DND?

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So, according to the rules, a traveler on a horse at a normal pace (3 miles per hour) will cover about 24 miles in an 8-hour day. If you make the horse gallop for an hour each day (fast pace for a horse being 8 miles per hour), that range increases to 29 miles.

## How far can horses travel in D&D?

For regular travel, it is at is says in the PHB. Per day, fast riding is 30 miles, normal is 24 miles, and slow is 18 miles. Also as it was stated earlier in this thread, the PHB states that a mounted character can ride at a gallop for about an hour, covering twice the usual distance for a fast pace.

## How many miles can you travel by horse?

Horse speed

You can ride your horse 25 and 35 miles (40 – 56.5 km) without rest when it walks steady. An average trail horse in decent shape can withstand a journey of 50 miles (80.5 km) in one day, while a fit endurance competitor will be able to travel even 100 miles (161 km) in a day.

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## How fast does a horse and cart travel DND?

An animal pulling a carriage, cart, chariot, sled, or wagon can move weight up to five times its base carrying Capacity, including the weight of the vehicle. If multiple animals pull the same vehicle, they can add their carrying Capacity together.

Mounts and Vehicles.

Animal Horse, riding 75 gp 60 ft. 480 lb.

## How long would it take to ride a horse 200 miles?

Horse Travel Base-line

50 miles a day, depending on terrain and weather. A desperate man in very good physical condition can handle the same distance on foot. One horse, one rider could do 200 miles in 24 hours but the horse would probably die. Let’s call that 4 mph normal, and 8.5 mph at a push.

## How far can a DND party travel in a day?

If you’re using Rules as Written (RAW), the maximum distance in 8 hours of travel will be 30 miles if traveling fast (with a -5 passive Wisdom (Perception) penalty). Yep, even mounted. A mount allows you to gallop for an hour, covering 8 miles in that hour. But the maximum distance per 8-hour travel day doesn’t change.

## Is it faster to travel by horse?

Running a horse is much faster than walking and would be the best way for couriers like the Pony Express to travel. To keep up the speed though horses would need to be changed at regular intervals.

## How far can a horse run in 8 hours?

Generally, if the horse is carrying a rider with an average weight on a rather plain ground, it can take around 8 to 9 hours to cover 20 miles. This is considering the fact that the horse is mostly trotting and walking with a few gallops.

## How long would it take to travel 100 miles by horse?

Originally Answered: how long does it take to ride a horse 100 miles? 100 miles or 160 km in an Endurance competition on 1 horse where you are trying to win can be done in about 14 hours, not counting the stops for vet checks. This is a fast pace.

## How fast can a horse run long distance?

An average horse can gallop 1 to 2 miles (1.6 – 3.2 km) without a break, but the final distance depends on the horse’s breed, condition, and health. The maximum speed of a well-trained Thoroughbred horse can be up to 55 mph (88.5 km/h), but it rarely exceeds 25 to 30 mph (40 – 48 km/h).

## How far can a cart travel in a day?

On average, a horse-drawn carriage can travel between 10-30 miles a day.

## How far can a horse drawn carriage travel in an hour?

Carriage horses are generally trotting. Depending on the fitness of the horses, they trot between 10 and 15 miles per hour. Trotting for 2 to 3 hours with a couple of slight walking rests is not at all out of reach. So a couple of good carriage horses should be able to convey a carriage 20-30 miles in an 8 hour day.

## How fast does a wagon travel DND?

Which is the default and probably what you should go with. The DMG says you can use speed ÷ 10 to get travel Mph (Mph × 8 to get travel per day). Wagons increase the mount’s carrying capacity, but not speed. Multiple mounts pulling the same wagon only increases weight limit.

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