Horde: From Sunningrock Refuge, head west up the path into Charred Vale and then south to Desolace. The Horde flight path is located in Shadowprey Village in the southwest corner of the Coastal Zone.
Follow the road south and then west onto the Barrens. To the northwest, the Stonetalon Mountains await. Then follow the north-west road that connects to the south-west path towards Charred Vale. In the southwest corner of Charred Vale there is a small road that leads south to Desolace.
Because in Classic WoW you can only fly on foot or on horseback, the main mode of travel in Azeroth is using flight points and ships. The Horde has their zeppelin network and the Alliance also has an underground train that runs between Stormwind and Ironforge.
To do this, you must take a flight path that starts from Thunder Bluff and ends at Sun Rock Retreat. Start south and you will find Desolace. However, if you do not have the amount, you can travel east and north. These are the lands of Mulgore, and then you must travel west.
Just WEST of the lake where the mountain begins you will find the Talondeep trail at 42.71. It’s a grand opening, you can’t miss it once you’re there.
If you continue to follow the road west from here, you will find the port of Menethil – and from here you can take two boats towards Auberdine in Darkshore. Now you must Head south towards Charred Vale in Stonetalon and Desolace is on the south side.
Alliance:From Stonetalon Point in Stonetalon Mountains head southwest through Charred Vale. A pass leads past the southern border of the Vale to Desolace< /b>.
Ghost Walker Post is a small tauren outpost built in the center of Desolace, right next to the Kodo Graveyard. It is one of two Horde outposts in the region, although Ghost Walker Post is far more dangerous compared to Shadowprey Village and its relatively safe location.
Using a flight point is equivalent to a mount at 333% speed, slightly faster than even master riding. But that speed is negated by using the scenic routes you mentioned. So if you have Master Riding and can take a direct route like the crow flies, it’s almost always quicker to do it yourself.
1 Darkshire to Light’s Hope Chapel
This is the longest route on our list and it’s really about touring the Eastern Kingdoms, not just when it it’s all about the landscape, but there’s also a lot of lore on this flight route that deals with the undead.
Mei Francis in Dalaran sells mounts to all comers with no requirements other than gold or badges.
Sunrock Sanctuary (also spelled Sunrock Sanctuary) is a Horde settlement centrally located in the Stonetalon Mountains, hidden among the peaks south of Lake Mirkfallon.
The path is northwest of Thunder Bluff in Mulgore and doesn’t seem to lead anywhere except to a large, grassy area with a decorated boulder. Intrepid explorers can make it to Stonetalon Mountains by heading northeast (almost due east) from the top of the path.
Alliance: From Astranaar in Ashenvale, travel to the southern mountains of Ashenvale and seek the Talondeep Path. Go through to enter Windshear Crag. Head north into the mountains to find the Stonetalon Peak Alliance outpost.
The Talondeep Path is a winding tunnel that connects Ashenvale to the Stonetalon Mountains.
The Mystral Lake is located in south-central Ashenvale, just south of Silverwind Refuge and east of the Talondeep Path. It is the largest lake in the forest and is often visited by Horde and Alliance characters for various reasons.
Go to Orgrimmar from the Crossroads in the Northern Barrens and then take the zeppelin. From Northern Barrens go north into Ashenvale and take the west road. Follow the road west, then north into Darkshore. The Horde’s closest flight path is at Zoram Strand on the west coast of Ashenvale.