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Another day, another Fortnite Winterfest challenge available for players to complete. Yesterday, players didn’t even need to hop into a match to earn the challenge reward, as the fireplace was the only location needed. We covered how to warm yourself by the fireplace in a guide yesterday, so make sure to check that out. Today, however, players will need at least one Fortnite match to complete the challenge. For Day 6, you must dance in front of Holiday Trees in different named locations.
While you could go about searching the map for ages, why not take a shortcut and follow our guide? Here’s where to find every Holiday Tree in Fortnite Winterfest.
All Holiday Tree locations
In total, there are eight Holiday Trees that will count for this challenge. While others are scattered around the map, the trees need to be in named locations for it to count towards the task. However, you only need to dance in front of five Holiday Trees to earn the challenge reward.
First, let’s go over which named locations feature Holiday Trees:
- Holly Hedges
- Lazy Lake
- Misty Meadows
- Pleasant Park
- Retail Row
- Salty Springs
- Slurpy Swamp
- Sweaty Sands
All of these locations are fairly well spread out, so you can’t go wrong when picking which five trees to dance in front of. Our recommendation, though, is starting at Retail Row and working your way to Lazy Lake, Misty Meadows, and Slurpy Swamp. Of course, this could change depending on where the zone is for that particular match.
If the storm works in your favor, though, then you want to head up north and hit Holly Hedges or Salty Springs. This is the most efficient way to find all five required trees without traveling too far.
Once you find a Holiday Tree, emote in front of it, make sure the progress bar counts it, then move on. Once you do any five, the challenge is complete!
That’s our guide for how to find the Holiday Trees in Fortnite Winterfest. Keep up with Daily Esports for future challenge guides and all Fortnite news.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.