How to locate the biggest Mountain Peaks in Fortnite for the Week 6 Challenge.
Our Fortnite: Mountain Peak locations page explains how to summit the biggest mountains for the Week 6 Challenge.
One of the tougher tasks in Fornite’s list of Week 6 Challenges has you scaling a series of Mountain Peaks in order to claim your rewards. What’s not immediately clear from the details that have leaked so far is whether or not you’ll have to vist ten of these peaks in a single match, or whether you can progress through the challenge over multiple matches, and at a more leisurely place.
Regardless, getting things done in Fortnite faster is always better, of course, and so we wanted to highlight an incredibly useful video that was published on YouTube earlier on today, which explains where to find the highest points on the Fortnite map, and how you can design a specific route to get this task ticked off in one big push.
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If you want to maintain some of the challenge for yourself, or you just find it hard to reference another screen while playing, the map itself gives a pretty good indication of terrain height. Use our pointers below about finding a vague route, then refer to your map!
UPDATE: SEASON 8 WEEK 6
If you’re after help finding all the places with “Highest Elevation”, we’ve got you covered. Just head on over to our Season 8 Week 6 Challenges guide.
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If you need to do a route, there are specific clusters of Mountain Peaks that can be visited relatively quickly.
The image below displays smaller peaks – highlighted with light blue flags – and red flags which indicate a much taller mountain top. Our advice is to focus on the red ones wherever possible, but keep an eye on the Weekly Challenges UI for an idea of how much progress you’re making.
– As you can see there’s a generous cluster of mountains that you can visit around the Wailing Woods, Tomato Town and Lonely Lodge area of the map.
– The Pleasant Park region also has a decent selection of mountain-climbing opportunities, and these are some of the tallest on the map as well, which makes them strong contenders for qualifying mountain peaks.
– Finally, towards the south of the map, you have the Shifty Shafts, Salty Springs and Fatal Fields cluster of mountain peaks. This is a pretty even mixture of big and small peaks though, and so you may not be able to tick many off. We’ll have to wait and see when the servers go live.
That ends the first edition of our Week 6 Mountain Peak locations guide. Once the update actually goes live on the Fortnite servers we’ll refine this guide to focus on the easiest routes containing the biggest qualifying mountains. Check back later on today for a new update.