Where to Find High Stakes Treasure Maps in Red Dead Redemption 2
We’re back with another treasure hunt in Red Dead Redemption 2, we’ve shown you how to find and follow the Jack Hall Gang maps now for High Stakes. Altogether there are three maps that you need to find and follow to eventually reach the desired gold bars, three worth $ 500 each.
Where to find the first High Stakes Treasure Map
First of all to unlock this activity you need to complete The New South mission of Chapter 3.
Getting the first map can take some work because it is necessary to find an NPC that appears randomly in a particular location, we leave the map with all possible locations below, pass it until you are lucky enough to find it. This character is a bounty hunter who needs to capture quickly to steal his map and prevent him from running away on horseback. If you can’t at first continue to visit the sites until you find it again, don’t worry if you fail three times the map will eventually become available to a dealer.
Head up to Cumberland Falls, look for a waterfall, cross a fallen tree trunk to enter it, when you enter you will find the treasure hidden between two large rocks.
Go to Barrow Lagoon and look for a rock formation, an island in the icy lake, go up and find a fallen trunk that bridges to the other bank, find a hole in the middle of that trunk where is the last map.
The last place is between Fort Wallace and Bacchus Station, go to Bacchus Station and head up a slope until you reach the gorge, turn left and carefully follow the cliff edge, you will reach a point where the path ends and you need to of jumping twice to the lower platforms, they then crouch under a rock and will finally find your gold bars on a cliff ledge.