Where to dance at the highest spot and lowest spot in Fortnite

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Fortnite week 9 is here, and while you're almost certainly busy with Fortnitemares, don't forget that there's a slew of new challenges to complete for some extra XP. This week, there's the usual assortment of elimination and chest challenges, but there's also a couple location-based challenges. The biggest asks players to "dance at the highest spot and the lowest spot" on the Fortnite map.

If you've been playing Fortnite for a while, you might know just where to look. If you don't, read on below for our guide. For your trouble, you'll get 25,000 XP for your season 4 battle pass.

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The highest spot on the Fortnite map is Mount Kay, in the southeast. It's pretty easy to spot since it has at least 20-40 feet of height on the next highest point, the mountain next door. Dance on the peak where a flag and single loot chest is and you'll get the notification you're halfway through the challenge.

The lowest point on the Fortnite map is Coral Castle in the northwest. As long as you dance anywhere around the primary castle, you should be fine. I happened to land about 100 yards away and it still let me complete the challenge, so it's not hard at all to find a viable dance spot.

And that's that. Once you've danced at the second spot, you'll get another notification and batch of 25,000 free XP. Not bad for little tour of the island.

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Joseph Knoop

Joseph Knoop is a freelance writer specializing in all things Fortnite at PC Gamer. Master of Creative Codes and Fortnite's weekly missions, Joe's always ready with a scoop on Boba Fett or John Wick or whoever the hell is coming to Fortnite this week. It's with a mix of relief and disappointment that he hasn't yet become a Fortnite skin himself. There's always next season...