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Fortnite challenge guide: Visit Scenic Spot, Gorgeous Gorge, and Mount Kay

The latest Fortnite challenges are live for season 5, week 12, giving you more ways to earn XP. After you’ve completed the first stage of this week’s new set of challenges (for dealing damage within 15 seconds of gliding), you’ll be able to start stage 2. Remember, with season 5, most of the challenges come in stages, meaning you have to complete them in order, preventing you from cherry picking which challenges you complete.

Stage 2 requires you to simply visit three locations: Scenic Spot, Gorgeous Gorge, and Mount Kay. In this guide, we’ll show you where to find all three and we’ll include tips to make this challenge as easy as possible. Here’s how to visit Scenic Spot, Gorgeous Gorge, and Mount Kay in Fortnite.

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How to visit Scenic Spot, Gorgeous Gorge, and Mount Kay

Above is a map featuring the locations of all three spots (thanks, For best results, we recommend to boot up a Team Rumble match since you can respawn when you die. Then, work your way from south to north, as the storm will overtake the spots on the outer edges first. Once you get credit for visiting one spot, jump off a high surface so you can respawn in the air. After you do, glide as close as you can to the next location, and so on.

Here’s a better look at where to land for each location.

Mount Kay

Remember, you can visit each spot in any order — but as we recommended above, it’s best to go from south to north to avoid getting hit by the storm. With that in mind, the first place you should visit is Mount Kay. It’s the huge snowy mountain to the south of Catty Corner. Simply land on the peak and you’ll gain credit for visiting the location.

Gorgeous Gorge

Next up is Gorgeous Gorge. This spot is found by the waterfall to the northeast of Hunter’s Haven. As long as you’re within 100 meters or so of the waterfall, you’ll get credit.

Scenic Spot

Finally, take a trip to Scenic Spot, a location found to the northwest of Colossal Coliseum. You’ll find a telescope here, indicating you’re in the right location.

After you’ve visited all three (in any order), you’ll complete the challenge and gain 20,000 XP. If you go from south to north, you’ll be able to hit all three locations within one Team Rumble match. Otherwise, it might take you multiple matches since the storm eats up the outer edges first. Either way, visit all three to finish this easy challenge — even if it takes you multiple matches.

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