Forza Horizon 5 Ain’t Snow Mountain High Enough Treasure Hunt Guide – Clue Solution, Chest Location

Forza Horizon 5 Ain't Snow Mountain High Enough Treasure Hunt Guide

The first week of Winter Wonderland has arrived in Forza Horizon 5 as we are looking ahead at four weeks of nothing but snow and winters across Mexico. As the new week begins, we have a fresh set of challenges to complete in the new Festival Playlist as well and we have a cool new Treasure Hunt to solve as well. This Forza Horizon 5 Ain’t Snow Mountain High Enough Treasure Hunt Guide will help you complete this week’s challenge easily.

Ain’t Snow Mountain High Enough Treasure Hunt Guide – Forza Horizon 5

We will start solving the treasure hunt by looking at the clue and trying to figure out what it means from there. The clue for this week is ‘A chill climb you must start from Los Arboles you’ll depart, once you get to the Mountain Top you’re sure to gain a lot!’ and this is accompanied by a picture of silver 2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec II. If you try to decipher the clue, you will need to open the map and head to the concrete road leading to La Gran Caldera. At its base where the road meets with the other roads, check for the Speed Trap named Los Arboles. Now follow this road to the top of the mountain. Continue following it and you will come across a Drift Zone and a Speed Zone. Move past them and you will reach the Danger Sign called Mountain Top.

To solve the clue, you need to drive from the Los Arboles Speed Trap to the Mountain Top Danger Zone. Once you arrive at the Danger Zone, you will get the notification that the clue is solved and now you can look for the treasure chest. For this week, the treasure chest is sitting near the Horizon Mexico Circuit near one of the dirt roads. Check out its location on the map below:

Forza Horizon 5 Ain't Snow Mountain High Enough Treasure Hunt Guide

Once you arrive here, simply smash through the chest and you will complete the challenge. For completing the challenge, you will be rewarded with 3 points towards the Festival Playlist completion and 100 Forzathon Points.

That is all for this guide. If you want help with this week’s photo challenge, make sure to check out our Forza Horizon 5 AlpineRetreat Photo Challenge Guide. For additional guides, check out our dedicated Forza Horizon 5 Guides section.

This concludes our Forza Horizon 5 Ain’t Snow Mountain High Enough Treasure Hunt Guide. If you want to add anything to this guide, feel free to use the comments section below.

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