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Sidewinder Gulch is a location featured in in the Red Dead Redemption Punta Orgullo region of the Nuevo Paraiso territory.
The area is named for the twisting, snake-like canyons that pass through it. While passage through these canyons with a
cart, wagon, or stagecoach is possible, the narrow, high-walled routes make the use of such vehicles difficult in this area.
Bandito Outfit scrap is located in the abandoned camp here. The tent at the back of the camp has a chest inside. Money and a Scrap are found within it.
Stranger side-mission "Aztec Gold" begins in this location.
Sidewinder Gulch and Crooked Toes are the only two locations in Nuevo Paraiso with English names.
If the player looks Northeast when on the very top of the cliff, the Plainview oil towers across the border can be seen.
John Martson surveys the Gulch.
The abandoned camp at Sidewinder Gulch.
The discovery of
locations in count towards the following Red Dead Redemption Trophies/Achievements:
Attain 100% List in the singleplayer game completion list.
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