A guide to all Rendezvous sites within Slough Creek, here to help you pick your Summer home!
Map of All Rendezvous Sites
A collective map of all Rendezvous sites within Slough Creek; in total, there are 29.
Rendezvous marked with ‘S’ are located South of Slough Creek, while ones labelled with ‘N’ are in the North. This can help indicate whether you will need to cross the river to get to the Rendezvous, and can help you plan your trip accordingly, especially when moving many things such as carcasses or scavenger hunt items!
In total, there are:
- 19 Rock Rendezvous
- 10Tree Rendezvous
This is one of the closest rendezvous to the original 2.7 WolfQuest game; this is the S1 rendezvous, located within the douglas fir forest! It has a lovely flat rock and is set on a slope deep within the woods, making it harder to access and quite secluded. However, it is located just south of a few beaver trails, making it a cozy spot with easy resources nearby!
This rendezvous is set on a much higher location than most others within the south of the creek. Being surrounded by paintbrushes and firewed, as well as being in dense forests, this is a very, very secluded spot!
It’s at the top of a hill crest, being at a top of a hill overlooking the Second Meadow! It has a wonderful view just a few paces from the site edge, making it an easy location for anyone who loves seeing top views of the meadows below!
This is a lovely spot for anyone who adores having water nearby. With a flat rock, and an intense, lush amount of vegetation such as arnica, various berries, paintbrushes, and willows around, this is a another very cozy spot!
It is sat right beside Hornaday Creek, giving easy access to water as well as the nearby Twinflower herd! It’s a lovely and secluded spot with four in-total grass patches around the site!
On the open of an open hill with various flowers, this a flat-rock site with a wonderful view! This site has another four patches of grass, allowing many options for larger litters that may be scattered about.
While it’s a bit more difficult to see the meadows in the distance, you get a wonderful and easy view of the mountainsides to the south-west!
Starting off the Northern rendezvous sites, this is a tree-based site at the very northwest edge of First Meadow. It’s an open-space rendezvous that’s easily access from a majority of dens on the west-side of the territory!
With rolling hills and a beautiful view of the entirety of First Meadow, as well as the distant Aspen Heights and Saddle Meadows, this a wonderful spot for anyone who enjoys the ability to easily access most spots in the summer on the west-side.
This rendezvous is right at the edge of First Meadow, making it very easily accessible if you denned in any area at Sandy Slopes.
With two trees, a bright open sky, and a meadow of flowers just beside it, it’s a nice and simple spot that’s easy to reach!
This is a rendezvous just to the southwest of the McBride lake. Surrounded by hills, trees, and cliffs, this is a secluded area bordered by water on both sides.
This site can offer a challenge for any players who may hunt mule deer or herds as they go into the water, making it a fun experience for those looking for a bit more strategy during their hunts! However, it has an absolutely amazing view of the lake that allows the player to sit and relax as they watch their pups at any time, making all those possible hardships very worthwhile.
This site is a bit further from the McBride Lake than other rendezvous sites, however, it’s a more open space that allows for easy visibility of incoming raids! With many rocks and vantage points in the area, as well as a beaver trail nearby, this is a cozy spot with easy resources within the area!
This rendezvous overlook the entirety of the East side of McBride Lake. With a single, tall rock in the center, and surrounded by vegetation, this site is cozy for anyone who love views that even their pups can enjoy!
As a bonus, this site is just beside two beaver trails, allowing easy food for anyone who wants to try their skills at the rodents!
This is a very open-spaced rendezvous. With a hill in the back, and right beside the rivers, it’s both secure and very easy to find prey!
Nearby herds are within the area at almost all times, and even has beavers just nearby for further resources! It also has a wonderful view of the creek itself, as well as the further Second Meadow!
This is another very cozy site if you enjoy being right beside water! The closest site to any water source, this area is set right beside McBride creek!
It has a wonderful tree that overhangs the site, and also is right beside multiple beaver trails that are beside both the Slough Creek area itself, and the McBride lake!
This rendezvous is perfect for anyone who wants a beautiful, magical view of the First Meadow, and Slough Creek! This is a small rock rendezvous that is in the middle of a paintbrush and fireweed field, with open, expansive land that allows you to see from all sides.
Not only is the area covered in a beautiful mix of pinks and reds, but it has a perfect view of the meadows and creeks in the distance, allowing you to see the changes of the season quite easily and from a top-down view!
This den is just below another rendezvous that is closer to Crystal Pond. Just to the edge of McBride creek, this lovely spot is beside a large expanse of berry bushes that will bloom during the autumn season!
With a cozy spot and water just nearby, this den takes the benefits of being in the crossroads of multiple elk herds, making easy access of food less of a worry for you and the pups.
Another rock rendezvous that has a lage, expansive view all around it. With cliffs and slopes to the north, and divets and meadows to the south, this is a site perfect for anyone who wants to have open space and see far into the treelines in the distance!
While not the most extravagant with its views, it has a wonderful peace to the site itself. With endless grass, a few arnica flowers, and douglas firs in the distance, this is a refreshing site for anyone who wants to enjoy the meadows!
If you enjoy the sounds of toads croaking, this is the perfect spot for you! With four patches of very close grass, an expansive view of the fields around you, and being right next to multiple beaver trails, this is a wonderful spot for anyone!
This site is further to the east than most other sites. However, it has a large open space to easily see any incoming attacks!
With a full view of the Second Meadow, as well as having distant aspens and beavers nearby, this is a very resourceful area! It also has multiple herds within the area, allowing for easy food during the summer months.
This rendezvous is at the very edge of the open s*rip of Buffalo Fork Pass.
With a forest and shade bordering the East, and open space on all other sides, this is a cozy and simple spot to finish raising the pups, with more scattered grass patches along the site. It also has a small cluster of bushes and arnicas along the edge!
This site is just beside the beautiful Crystal Pond. With shade from the nearby trees that dot the open field, and open grassy lands just beside the pond, this is a beautiful spot if you want something nearby resources.
This pond is home to multiple herds within the area, giving an ample amount of food during the summertime! This is also home to an iconic herd that is known to have a single bull elk, called Lupine herd. He’s often seem walking around the pond itself, giving opportunity for an easily accessed carcass if you’re able to take him down!
A rock -based rendezvous within the thicker woods to the west, this site is hidden amongst the fireweeds and arnica flowers! With a sight of all the pines within the area, as well as having multiple slopes, this is a bit more enclosed space!
One of the patches of grass for your pups to hide within are mixed with fireweed flowers, making a lovely spot if you like a splash of colour. The rest of the site has a dappling of other fireweeds and arnica patches, as well as berry bushes. It’s a lovely spot if you love vegetation!
A tree-based rendezvous that is within an expanse of forest and along the slopes. This site has a pine right beside it with a very close, tight-knit trio of grass patches all around the site, including one within the pine tree itself!
This Rendezvous has a small rock, surrounding a flat landscape overlooking the cliffs. This has a slight view of the Second Meadow, including the creek!
There is an additional bonus to the site if you have higher graphics – one of the grass patches is surrounded by a patch of berry bushes!
A wonderful rendezvous at the very north edge of Second Meadow. Leaving the forests to the north, this area has a big expanse of open land that can allow you to easily spot predators or incoming raids in the distance.
Not only is it close to multiple herds, it also has a lovely view of the distant cliffs and dens, as well as having an easy viewing of the mountains in the distance!
This rendezvous is at the very top of Elk Tongue Overlook, making is very memorable and easily found! This site has a very unique rock, one that is entirely flat. Not only that, but this site has one of the best viewpoints right in front — an all-inclusive full look at the entirety of Second Meadow!
One of the best spots if you enjoy having an easily accessed view of the meadow, or if you simply enjoy the idea of having scenery right beside where you’ll continue to raise your litter.
Just below Buffalo Fork Pass, this rendezvous is placed within the thicket of the forests, nestled within vegetation-rich shade.
This is at the very edge of the open area, and while it has less herds available that other areas, it is a secluded spot for those who don’t prefer open spaces! Surrounded in swaths of pines and with a few vantage points from nearby boulders, it’s a wonderful spot for quiet pup-raising.
Just off the side of Wanderer’s Point, this rendezvous is within a more sunny and open spot of the northern sites. With a variety of flowers within the are, and a collection of pine trees, it’s a simple spot!
This rendezvous is just south of Wanderer’s Point! With a large clearing in the expanse of forests, as well as having mountains and slopes in the background, this is a cozy little spot!
Not only does it have a cozy feel to it, it also has grass patches that are a bit more scattered about – this allows it to be very useful if you have pups that enjoy wandering further from the site and need a quick recall into grass!
A rock-based site at the very center of The Terraces. With a wide, open land of the Rendezvous, this rendezvous is easily defendable due to a wide view of the area nearby!
Furthermore, the site has a nice, open view of the mountains and creek in Second Meadow, giving a lovely spot to relax if you like more spacious areas.
A major personal favourite of mine, this is the northern-most rendezvous within Slough Creek! With a tree in the center being surrounded by various rocks, fireweed, and paintbrushes nearby just hidden over the southern hills, this site is nothing but pure scenery.
With a large expanse of meadows, as well as a wonderful view of the aspens, mountains on all sides, and cliffs in the back, this is (in my opinion) the most beautiful rendezvous that the higher levels of Slough Creek have to offer!
Another open-expanse rendezvous that is surrounded by forests. This rendezvous sports a rock at the further south-east side of the site, allowing for a good vantage point for you or others!
With the forests nearby, it is much harder to see the Second Meadows. However, you still get a wonderful spot for your Summer home. A lovely patch of Paintbrush flowers dot the edges of the site!
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