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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 far can you travel on horse per day?

Average speed

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. On the other hand, most of them can’t endure a few consecutive days of riding without a day or two of rest.

## How far can a party travel in a day 5e?

Traveling at normal pace is 3 miles per hour or 24 miles per day. With a day’s travel being 8 hours it makes perfect sense then that you travel 24 miles in a day since 3×8=24. However, with slow and fast pace for the travel the distance traveled per hour and distance traveled per day doesn’t add up.

## How far can a cart travel 5e?

Stagecoaches covered up to 60-70 miles per day (more usually half this), but they changed horses frequently, each team only doing 15 miles per day. They also went faster, averaging 5-8mph. And in detail answer to your question: In ONE hour a 2-horse, 4-person carriage could travel about 15-20 miles.

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

For short spans of time (up to an hour), many animals move much faster than humanoids… Characters in wagons, carriages, or other land vehicles choose a pace as normal. 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).

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

But generally, horses walk a little less than four miles per hour. They trot between five miles an hour and up to eleven miles an hour. They can travel at a gallop between fifteen and twenty-five miles an hour.

## How long can horses be ridden?

Some horses have physical conditions or diseases that require an early retirement. Other horses can be ridden late into their life without issues. As a general rule, most horses should stop being ridden between 20 to 25 years old. Any horse, no matter their age, still requires a decent amount of exercise.

## How far can a horse travel DND?

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 a dragon fly in a day 5e?

But in 5e officially, it would be about 8 miles an hour cruising speed for 72 miles/day.

## How far did a horse and buggy travel in a day?

Typical distances travelled by wagon trains was 10 to 20 miles a day, Laden farm wagons in California’s San Francisco Bay area frequently would take all day to travel 4 miles from the farms to the tidal landings.

## How long would it take a horse to travel 20 miles?

It would take about five hours for a horse to travel 20 miles at an average walking pace of around four miles an hour. However, exceptionally fit, and trained endurance horses can travel twenty miles in about one and half hours.

## How much can a warhorse carry 5e?

Mounts and Vehicles

Animal | Cost | Capacity |
---|---|---|

Horse, riding | 75 gp | 480 lb. |

Mastiff | 25 gp | 195 lb. |

Pony | 30 gp | 225 lb. |

Warhorse | 400 gp | 540 lb. |

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

How many miles would a typical wagon train travel per day? Wagons traveled between 10 and 20 miles per day, depending on weather, terrain, and other factors.

## How long would it take to travel 1000 miles on horseback?

The short answer is about five months. For example, I left the Atlantic Ocean on January 2 and arrived in San Diego, California on May 16.

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

The average horse walks roughly 4 miles per hour. If you traveled from dawn until dusk, lets just say roughly 12 hours on a summer day that would get you about 48 miles a day on a nice flat even terrain. dividing 200 by 48 would get you 4.16. So roughly Four days to get to your 200 mile destination.

## How fast did horse drawn carriages travel?

How Fast Does a Horse-Drawn Carriage Go? At a trot, a horse-drawn carriage will go around 8-10 MPH. At a walk, a horse-drawn carriage will go about 2-4 MPH. The speed of a carriage depends on the weather, terrain, horse, and other tractors.