Question from Texasjake95

How do you get across the river where Hoover Dam is?

I have swam up and down that river and gone all throughout Hoover Dam with no luck... Any ideas?


Gannon_34 answered:

There is a raft at cottonwood cove to the far southeast that takes you across the river
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Nexus89 answered:

did you ever find out how to cross the river? I found the raft at cottonwood cove, but there's no one by it or to talk to about crossing the river.
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cutt3r777 answered:

when you get to the raft at cottonwood cove i just looked down at the raft while standing on it and it said travel to "the fort". I was pro NCR so i had obviously killed all legion guys.
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JushiroNIchigo answered:

Go to Boulder City where you talked to that Great Khan Jessup. travel southeast from there to Ranger Station Delta. Take the road northeast from Ranger Station Delta to the Hoover Dam. BTW, you won't reach the Dam by swimming in the Colorado River. You might reach the Fort though...excellent idea for a sneak attack on the Legion!
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BobombTom answered:

You can either go to Boulder City and travel south-east to Ranger Station Delta, then take the road up north to Hoover Dam, or if you need to get to Fortification Hill, you can travel to Novac and take the south path all the way down until you reach the area around Ranger Station Echo, then carry on going south and make a sudden east turn. It will take you to Cottonwood Cove, and from there you can either talk to the 'sailor' at the raft, or if you have killed him or he is not there for any reason, you can go on top of the raft and look down on it, clicking the X button to travel to the fort.

WARNING: If you are Vilified with the Legion, you might need a Stealth Boy or some Legion clothing. If you need to access Benny, don't go to the Fort with a companion, because they will start shooting hostile legionaries, and then you will be detected and killed. You can however dress up as a legionary and free Benny or kill him and take the platinum chip.
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