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When the "hard to find" cave is mentioned, "over by the construction site", is it referring to the rock archway over the track a third of the way up the mountain (but not on the main track)? I wouldn't call it a "cave" unless it went into the mountain. Could someone clarify? Gboyers talk 23:54, 28 June 2009 (UTC)
ok fine it isnt a cave it's an archway but it's still part of the mountain
I removed this line from the trivia section: "It is the source of a rare and not well known myth called the Mt. Chiliad Angel." I'm not sure what that's all about - I can find no reference to this in any of the strategy guide websites, or even sites mentioning other myths like Bigfoot and Leatherface. If someone can provide more detail, feel free (maybe there's some reference in a radio show?). Otherwise I removed it as likely hogwash. 23skidoo 02:12, April 11, 2011 (UTC)
Mt. Chiliad is obviously not 15,000 feet high, which is more than half the height of Mt. Everest. Unless someone can come up with a more accurate height, I've changed it to 2,000 feet.
GTAExpert1000 12:15, June 17, 2011 (UTC)GTAExpert1000
Sounds reasonable. KilroyJenkins 01:43, June 18, 2011 (UTC)
The tip is a bit more than 500 metres (i.e. 1,640 feet), according to XYZ measurements taken with San Andreas Place Manager. I'll check when I get home. Danirijeka 13:34, March 23, 2012 (UTC)
A gamestop article says that you can take a hitchicker out to a mountaintop and feed him to some coyotes and mountain lions. It'd be cool if this were true