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Where to land at Lockie's Lighthouse, Apres Ski, and Mount Kay in Fortnite

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Fortnite Apres Ski was a new point of interest as part of Fortnite Chapter 2 season 2, but if you're new to Fortnite or a returning player with a lapsed memory, I'm on hand to give your the crucial specifics. However, you're probably here to complete an extra special task, involving the Fortnite Travis Scott event, which kicks off properly later this week. Either way, I'm here for you, too.

But this post-ski party palace wasn't the only landing spot you need to visit for the Brutus Briefing challenges back at the beginning of the season: You also needed to point your glider in the direction of Fortnite's Mount Kay and Lockie's Lighthouse. You don't even need to expend any energy on dancing.

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Fortnite Apres Ski location

This new landmark is located to the south of the map, south-east of Misty Meadows. This wooden party barn is immediately west of a a small, snowy mountain; it's the perfect place after an afternoon of descending Fortnite's mountain. And speaking of mountains...

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Fortnite Mount Kay location

We've been to the top of this peak as part of a recent challenge in the previous season, but just in case its location has slipped your mind, it's the huge snow-topped mountain in the south-east corner of the map. Keep an eye out for the flag and land to tick off the next stage of this challenge.

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Fortnite Lockie's Lighthouse location

Round off this challenge with the easiest landing of all. This lighthouse—thankfully Willem Dafoe free—can be spotted straight as you depart the battle bus thanks to its height and bright red-and-white colouring. Look to the map's north-west corner and you can't miss it.

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