Panoramic Map Guide: Where to find the Panoramic Map in Red Dead Redemption 2

The world of Red Dead Redemption 2 is full of mysteries. One of the most intriguing of mysteries is the Panoramic Map which shows a number of locations around the world as viewed from Mount Shann. What exactly the map is showing has yet to be determined, but the mystery of it has many people excited. Below I will show you where to find the Panoramic Map in Red Dead Redemption 2.

Panoramic Map Location: Frozen Corpses Northeast of Polter

The Panoramic Map is located in the frozen region of Ambarino near Polter. To get the exact location, make your way along the northeast road head out of Polter towards Adler Ranch. Along the road there is a campsite (you should see two Xs appear on your radar). When you enter the camp you will see two frozen corpses outside of a tent. In the hands of the corpses is something you can interact with. Interact with the item to receive the Panoramic Map.

Panoramic Map

Panoramic Map

The Panoramic Map is one of the more interesting mysteries in RDR2.

So what is the significance of the Panoramic Map? Well currently it remains to be seen. What we do know is that it is linked to Mount Shann and it highlights what appears to be a number of locations from that vantage point. Since there are a number of interesting things on Mount Shann (drawing, UFO sighting, and dial), it appears to be connected to a much larger mystery. If you have any ideas, or just want to throw out your theories, drop them in the comments!

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11 responses

  1. Teresa Murrell says:

    The little town is called Colter not Polter and I don’t know where you got that idea.It is away from Adler Ranch you need to change the name.

  2. Rene says:

    The map represent the towns and settlements, Valentin, Annesburg, Van Horn, Blackwater and StrawberryY.You can see that better at night when the citylights are on.

  3. Nathan says:

    Charlie the eagle represent Arthur Morgan, his grave is located at that spot after his death, btw the eagle can NOT be kill after Arthur death , i believe the map represent the location of the gang gravesites. Also i did discover a spaceship abducting a person from top of the Mountain, weird.

  4. One Angry Soldier says:

    There’s also a giant’s skeletal remains on the side of the mountain trail, in the fetal position, under a small opening in the rock. I took a journal entry of it.

  5. Charlie says:

    There is a monk on the edge of the mountain in the grizzlies. Once you have the map and you find him he will turn into a eagle and fly away. I’m not sure if you’re supposed to follow him because I shot him and plucked his feathers.

  6. Kyle Neal says:

    I’m pretty sure it has different spawn locations. I found this in the hills over Lake Isabella while looking for the Arabian horse last night. Unfortunately I didn’t save, so I don’t have it anymore. So I went back to try to find it and now I can’t find em

  7. Andrew Pinette says:

    I went to go check out one of the locations on map the second one from the left and waited till night. Went to the location and a ghost train appeared out of nowhere. I know I was in right location because the old mill is at the end of the creek bed on old map

    • enricofairme says:

      I’ve heard about the ghost train, but haven’t seen it myself. That’s a pretty cool little easter egg.

      • Nick C says:

        This is one of the reasons why I love Rockstar Games so much. Their attention to the little details that make the world really come alive. When GTA V came out, it felt like the real world. Years have passed since then and technology has advanced, and RDR2 now puts GTA V to shame. RDR2’s Story mode is undeniably one of the most high-quality games ever made. Sure, the tasks might get repetitive once you’re near beating the game, but never forget how it felt when you were new to the game, how truly full of life the world feels. Few games have ever managed to make their in-game world seem so alive and absolutely teeming with possibilities. It’s the little details that really make this possible, the treasures, the random encounters, and especially the mysteries, and Rockstar Games has a clear love for mysteries and the unexplained!

  8. Moh says:

    Theres a lookout tower next to a un attended camp behind it, its located at the top right side of the map.

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