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Put your piloting skills to the test by flying under various bridges across Los Santos and Blaine County. There are 50 locations to complete (Note: only 25 are needed for 100% but all 50 are needed for the trophy/achievement). Not every bridge you see is one of these and a couple you would probably never notice. Below is a general map of the locations. It is broken down into smaller areas to make it a little easier:

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Now here's a quick breakdown of each. Most of the bridges are over water of some sort but quite a few are not. Click the links for a screenshot.

Mount Chiliad/Gordo

1. Rail bridge over the highway. (pic)
2. Rail bridge over the canal and lower roadway. (pic)
3. Highway bridge over the canal and lower roadway. Can be a tight squeeze. Move quickly or use a Buzzard. (pic)

Mount Josiah

4. Up in the mountains is a simple bridge across a steep gap. (pic)
5. Highway bridge across Cassidy Creek in Raton Canyon. (pic)
6. Rail bridge across Cassidy Creek in Raton Canyon. (pic)
7. Smaller road bridge at the Alamo Sea. (pic)
8. Road bridge across the beginning of the Zancudo River. Very small opening. (pic)
9. Rail bridge across the beginning of the Zancudo River. (pic)
10. A road bridge running over a smaller dirt trail just off the river. (pic)
11. Wooden road bridge over the Zancudo River. (pic)
12. Road bridge over the Zancudo River leading to Fort Zancudo. (pic)
13. Bridge over a small creek just off Lago Zancudo. Can be tight. (pic)
14. Highway bridge over the Zancudo River mouth. (pic)

Grand Senora Desert-Tataviam Mountains

15. Road bridge over the Grand Senora Highway between the on/off ramps. (pic)
16. Rail bridge over the roadway near the wind farm. (pic)
17. Between two sections of roadway at the south end of the highway intersection. (pic)
18. Rail bridge over the exit roadway from the highway. (pic)
19. Highway bridge over the exit roadway. A little tight. (pic)
20. Under the natural arch along the coast. (pic)
21. Another rail bridge over the exit roadway from the highway. (pic)
22. Rail bridge over the highway. Get low between trucks/cars and move with them. (pic)

East Los Santos

23. Bridge over the beginnings of the LS River. Extremely tight. Move quickly or use a Buzzard. (pic)
24. Another bridge over the beginnings of the LS River. Extremely tight. Move quickly or use a Buzzard. (pic)
25. Road bridge over the LS River. (pic)
26. Highway bridge over the LS River. (pic)
27. Road bridge over the LS River. (pic)
28. Road bridge over the LS River. (pic)
29. Highway bridge over the LS River. (pic)
30. Road bridge over the LS River. (pic)
31. Road bridge over the LS River. (pic)
32. Road bridge over the LS River. (pic)
33. Road bridge over the highway. Watch out for light poles. (pic)
34. Road bridge over the highway. Watch out for light poles. (pic)
35. Road bridge over the highway. A little long but not bad. Watch out for light poles. (pic)

Port of Los Santos

36. Miriam Turner Overpass (the green suspension bridge). Very easy. (pic)
37. Rail bridge over the river channel. Very small opening. (pic)
38. Road bridge over the river channel. Very small opening. (pic)
39. Road bridge over the river channel. (pic)
40. Rail bridge over the river channel. (pic)
41. Road bridge over the river channel. (pic)
42. The red arch bridge over the river channel. Very easy. (pic)

La Puerta

43. Road bridge over the river channel. (pic)
44. Road bridge over the river channel. (pic)
45. Rail bridge over the river channel. (pic)
46. Highway bridge over the river channel. (pic)
47. Road bridge over the river channel. (pic)
48. Road bridge over the river channel. (pic)
49. Road bridge over the river channel. (pic)

Banham Canyon

50. Pedestrian overpass south of Chumash. Watch out for vehicles on the highway. (pic)

Tips:

  • Helicopters such as the Maverick or Frogger are your best choice for most of these. Easier ones can be done with small airplanes such as the Mallard (stunt plane) and a few noted above are better done with a Buzzard for its small main rotor.
  • It is a very good idea to use a character with maximum flying skills (such as Trevor).
  • You may wish to have Franklin or Michael purchase a hanger at LSX and store aircraft there. This way you can easily get back to task after a crash since Trevor's airfield is a little further away. If you don't mind loading times or want to have a "perfect" save file without deaths you can also quick save before each attempt.
  • Line up your flight path a good distance away from the target. For helicopters try to get plenty of forward motion and use the accelerator triggers to control height.
  • Many of these can be done in series such as the ones along rivers. Keep up your forward speed.
  • Your flight path doesn't need to be straight under the bridge and a few have multiple openings to choose from.
  • You cannot touch other objects (such as the bridge supports) too much while moving under the bridge. For instance if your helicopter blades scrape the supports for more than a second you will not complete it successfully. If you have trouble use a smaller aircraft such as the Buzzard. You can also try moving fast through the bridge (minimizing time the rotors scrape) but this may take several attempts to accomplish successfully.
  • If you take a little too much damage, try SWITCHing to another character and then back to quickly repair your aircraft in place.
  • Note: Even if you crash after going through the bridge, listen for the objective complete sound or check your stats (Pause menu > Stats > Vehicle) after respawn.
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