Missionary Hill is a district of San Fierro, San Andreas. It is located at the very southern tip of the city, abutting Avispa Country Club. To the south is the massive Mount Chiliad; to the north are Ocean Flats, Garcia and Doherty; and to the east is Foster Valley.
On the northern slope of Missionary Hill lie Avispa Country Club's golf greens. At its peak is a building with a radio tower designed to closely resemble Sutro Tower, which is located in the Twin Peaks district of San Francisco. The Radio Tower is the tallest structure in San Fierro and the State of San Andreas. The peak also offers numerous opportunities for viewing the city and its surrounding landscape.
One note is that the peak of Missionary Hill is the finish line of the Los Santos leg of the Beat the Cock! triathlon.
Places of Interest
- Camera - In the parking lot of the Radio Tower
- Flowers - In the eastern back-curve on the road leading to the Radio Tower
- Police Bribe - In the western back-curve on the road leading to the Radio Tower
- One Snapshot
- One Oyster
Missionary Hill is based on Mount Sutro in San Francisco. However, Mount Sutro is covered by dense forest, which Missionary Hill is not.
- The hill's name is a reference to the missionary sex position.