Above: The green boxes represent Clue Bottles. The black box represents the Safe.
The first Clue Bottle is on the roof of the hideout. You can climb up the vertebrae on the skeleton next to the hideout.
Near the entrance to the hideout is a totem pole. Bounce up here with the pink mushroom to find another bottle.
West of the hideout, just past some broken tracks, you'll spot a bird's nest that holds another bottle.
From the nest, head northwest along the tightropes. Along the massive skeleton that lines the slope is another Clue Bottle. You'll have to jump to it from one of the protruding bones.
Continue up the bones to find another Clue Bottle nestled in the mammoth skull's eye socket.
Cross the tightrope from behind the mammoth skull to find a large ice sculpture. Scale it to find another Clue Bottle.
There's a rope that runs from where you crossed from the mammoth skull. Follow it to find another bottle atop a rock.
Drop from this rock and head south. There's a low ledge that extends past the map. Drop to it to find a Clue Bottle.
Just north of Clue Bottle #7 is a catapulting dinosaur. You'll find a Clue Bottle bobbing on its tail.
Just north of the dinosaur is a tall rock you can scale using bounce pads. Reach the peak and use the Sly's cane to slide down the zip line. You'll collect this bottle along the way.
Almost straight ahead from where the zip lines ends is a walkway where the next Clue Bottle awaits.
Now move cross behind the hideout, heading northwest. Across a rope you'll spot another bottle on a tall rock. Bounce up to it with a pink mushroom.
Cross the next rope heading northwest to find another bottle bobbing on it.
On the other side of the rope, you'll spot this Clue Bottle nestled in another skeleton.
Head east to find another catapult dinosaur with another Clue Bottle in its tail.
Just west of the dinosaur is a tall rock with holds another bottle. You can reach it with a bouncy pink mushroom.
Climb the rope immediately south of Clue Bottle #16 to reach a bird's nest that holds another bottle.
From up here, you can cross a rope that head northeast to another high-altitude bird's nest where another bottle awaits.