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## How fast do D&D carriages travel?

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 fast do carriages travel?

The average speed for a horse drawn carriage is what the horse or horses will travel at a walk. That is approximately 2–3 miles an hour.

## What is the average speed of a horse drawn carriage?

Not a single horse/rider scenario, but a team and carriage. My best guess is that a team of two horses pulling a carriage with four people might travel ~ a few miles per hour. Perhaps 3 – 5 miles per hour. So, for two hours travel time, around 8 miles would be traversed.

## How fast are D&D horses?

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 fast can a horse pull a wagon?

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.

## How fast can 6 horses pull a stagecoach?

A six-horse team pulling a Concord coach made their 15-mile run at an average speed of nine miles an hour. In 1849, it took 166 days to travel coast to coast by stagecoach. By the 1860s, it took 60 days.

## How fast did stagecoach travel?

Up until the late 18th century, a stagecoach traveled at an average speed of about 5 miles per hour (8 km/h), with the average daily mileage covered being around 60 to 70 miles (97 to 113 km), but with improvements to the roads and the development of steel springs, the speed increased, so that by 1836 the scheduled …

## 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 100 miles by horse?

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.

## What is a horse’s average speed?

The average racehorses speed is approximately 40 to 44 mph (64 to 70 km/h). The rigidly trained animals can reach it for less than 20 seconds. However, most of them can’t run faster than 20 to 30 mph (32 – 48.5 km/h) on average with a rider on their back. The fastest recorded galloping speed is 55 mph (88.5 km/h).

## 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 fast do horses travel in 5e?

At a fast pace (a gallop), 8 miles per hour. That’s “twice the usual distance for a fast pace”, where “usual” means a creature with a speed of 30. This suggests that a riding horse with no rider, traveling alone, can cover 48 miles per day at a normal pace.

## How fast 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 dragon fly in a day 5e?

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