All Ash Pile treasure map locations in Fallout 76

There are six regions to explore in Fallout 76, each with its own dangers, monsters, and adventures. Additionally, each region in Fallout 76 has its own treasure map, allowing players to engage in a sort of scavenger hunt for nice random loot. The treasure maps you find must be deciphered as they are vague sketches of treasure locations. You need to look at the map sketch and find out what it corresponds to in the game world. The Ash Heap is one of the more dangerous regions of Appalachia, with toxic air and overcast, smoggy skies. The Ash Pile is located in the southwest corner of Fallout 76’s map, bordering the forest and the Savage Divide. There are two treasure maps in the Ash Heap region, and in this guide we’ll explain where and how to find their treasures.

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Ash Pile Treasure Map #1 location in Fallout 76

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The sketch of Location #1 of the Ash Pile Treasure Map depicts the sealed tunnel and its surroundings at the site of the AMS test site in the southern part of the Ash Pile. Looking towards the sealed tunnel (and looking north), the treasure is on the left , up the small hill as indicated by the X on the sketch.

Ash Pile Treasure Map #2 in Fallout 76

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The sketch of Treasure Map #2 of the Ash Heap Treasure Map depicts the view of one of the cabins at Hornwright Air Purifier Site #1, located between the Rusty Pick and Belching Betty landmarks in the Ash Heap. Look for a shack with a rusty 4×4 jeep parked to the side. The treasure is next to the decaying vehicle, just like the X on the sketch shows. This treasure map used to be incorrectly labeled as #7, but this error has been fixed in a patch. But some still refer to it as Ash Pile Treasure Map #7. All Ash Pile treasure map locations in Fallout 76

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