Here is where you can find the highest and the lowest point of the Fortnite map to complete the Week 9 challenge “dance at the highest spot and the lowest spot on the map”.
There are seven challenges released every week in Fortnite and completing these challenges award you with XP to help you to level up in this seasons Battle Pass quicker. In previous seasons, there would be around 10 weeks of challenges, but Epic have already stated that this season will be longer, but we will have to wait and see what they will release after Week 10.
One of the challenges you need to complete for Week 9 of Chapter 2, Season 4 is to dance at the highest spot and the lowest spot on the map and we will show you exactly where you need to go in order to complete this challenge.
Where to Dance at the Highest Spot and the Lowest Spot Locations in Fortnite
The challenge requires you to dance at both the highest and the lowest spot on the Fortnite map. We have shown exactly where these point are located on the maps below.
Highest Spot in Fortnite
The highest point can actually be found at Mount Kay. This can be found on the mountain south of Catty Corner, east of Misty Meadows. We have marked the exact location on the map below.
When you have landed at the top, simply emote/dance to complete the challenge.
Lowest Spot in Fortnite
Then you will need to go to the lowest point of the map, which can be found in Coral Castle. The challenges have not yet gone live at the time of writing, however landing and dancing anywhere in the water at Coral Castle should work. If not, you may need to specifically go to the water located at the bottom of the actual Coral Castle building and dance in the water to complete the challenge. Here is where it is on the map:
You should then have completed the challenge and earned an easy 25,000 XP.