Ash Heap Treasure Maps in FO76 are special items you can find in the game. No matter where you find them, the Ash Heap treasure maps in Fallout 76 will always lead you to the same area. However, the different regions in the game can be truly vast. Plus, the maps won’t always be easy to figure out. Sometimes, they don’t offer much of a landmark to use for orientation. With all of this in mind, here’s our Fallout 76 Ash Heap Treasure Map Locations & Solutions to show you where to find the buried treasures in the Ash Heap area, with detailed instructions, maps, and screenshots.
NOTE: This guide is a work in progress. We’ll add more Toxic Valley treasure maps as we discover them.
Where to Find Ash Heap Treasure Map #1 – FO76 Buried Treasure Location
To find the Ash Heap Treasure Map #1 solution in Fallout 76, you’ll have to look in the south of the area. In case you don’t know, that’s the blackened, charred area in the south of the map. The place you’re looking for is AMS Testing Site. It’s right on the 84, the road that winds through the nearby mountains. On the map, it’s marked with a crossed shovel and pickaxe on the map. From there, you want to head to the north. All you have to do is use the red crane in the skyline for orientation.
As you make your way towards the enormous crane, heading north, you’ll come across the concrete entrance into a tunnel, or underpass, or what have you. It’s completely gated off, you you can’t proceed any further through that tunnel. Luckily, you don’t have to. However, the entrance will be a very valuable point of orientation for us here. As you can see on the treasure map (featured above), the X marks the spot on the embankment on the left of the entrance into the tunnel. That’s exactly where you should go and dig up the mound to receive your reward.
If you need further help with Fallout 76 treasure maps, you can check out some of our other guides on the subject, including Forest Treasure Map Locations and Toxic Valley Treasure Maps Locations. We also have our Fallout 76 Space Suit Location, and others.