We've Moved! Just as Gamepedia has joined forces with Fandom, this wiki had joined forces with our Fandom equivalent. The wiki has been archived and we ask that readers and editors move to the now combined wiki on Fandom. Click to go to the new wiki.

As part of the Unified Community Platform project, this wiki and 38 others will be migrated to the new platform, with migrations beginning September 23rd at 7am CDT. Minimal changes are expected as part of this migration. Read more here.

Canyon wreckage

From The Vault - Fallout Wiki
(Redirected from Canyon Wreckage)
Jump to: navigation, search
Canyon wreckage
FNV Canyon wreckage.png
Icon landmark.png
Canyon Wreckage loc.jpg
Map MarkerCanyon Wreckage
Cell NameCanyonWreckage
ref id000e1b00
Gametitle-FNV.pngGametitle-FNV LR.png
Gametitle-FNV.pngGametitle-FNV LR.png

The canyon wreckage is a location in the Mojave Wasteland, located west of Primm. It can be found by following a path north by northwest from the California Sunset Drive-in.

With Lonesome Road, it becomes the entrance to the DLC area, through the City Liner side doors.


The pass through the Mesquite Mountains once led to the Mesquite Wilderness Area and the cities founded beyond, Ashton and Hopeville, together with the missile silos tasked with protecting the nation. Now, after the catastrophe that turned the once peaceful land into the Divide, it's strewn with the mangled wreckage of vehicles, building fragments, and other assorted trash blown in by the terrifying storms that plague the area.

The pass is covered in messages from Ulysses, scrawled onto the wreckage:

  • You Can Go Home, Courier
  • The Divide
  • Lonesome Road
  • Courier Six?
  • Inverted and backwards 6

The pass is avoided by travelers, which led to the proliferation of coyotes all over. Several can be encountered on the way to the wreckage, with a den and the body of an NCR soldier near two ammo boxes in the hills to the southwest, overlooking the wreckage. There are also three crates of grenades inside the upended, unmarked blue prison truck, and a pair of graves just by the entrance.



The canyon wreckage appears in Fallout: New Vegas.