Forza 5 High Jump Treasure Hunt, Heights of Mulege

Not sure how to complete the High Jump Treasure Hunt in Forza Horizon 5? We’ll explain everything you need to know! This Thursday the Treasure Hunt is back in HF5 and that means another intriguing puzzle. What does “Let’s up the ante by seeing the Heights of Mulege” even means? If you are confused, in this article we will guide you step-by-step towards finishing the High Jump Treasure Hunt and collecting your sweet rewards.

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Forza 5 High Jump Treasure Hunt, Heights of Mulege

High Jump Treasure Hunt Forza Horizon 5 Heights of Mulege

Forza Horizon 5 developer Playground is bringing another puzzle for players to solve, complete the task and then find the treasure location to collect some well-deserved freebies. Sometimes Treasure Hunt puzzles can be hard, sometimes not that much. And for this week, it seems that the clue is not particularly puzzling. This week’s Treasure Hunt says, “Couped Up? Let’s up the ante by seeing the Heights of Mulege”

The “Heights of Mulege” part is a rather obvious one. Experienced Forza 5 players will immediately recognize the name of this location on the map. It’s not even a puzzle, that’s the full name. The “Couped Up” part is also rather self-explanatory. It means that you will need to drive a coupe in order to complete this challenge. Any model will do the trick. Now that we know both ingredients, all we have to do is complete the challenge.

Any number of stars will work for this Treasure Hunt, you just need to complete this Heights of Mulege danger sign challenge. Once you complete it, a chest location will be revealed to you. The chest will be rather close, near Sierra Verde Dam. Head there (use fast travel) and look for the chest. You will find it on a muddy mound in a dried-out area. With that said, that’s all you need to know about this week’s challenge.

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