Finding mountain peak locations is one of Fortnite's many Weekly Challenges.
Completing it will give you additional XP to help go towards your many Season 3 rewards. Note you'll need to be a Battle Pass holder in order to undertake this challenge.
If you're just getting started, our Fortnite Battle Royale tips and tricks can provide some helpful hints.
How finding different mountain peaks works
For the Week 6 Challenges, you are tasked with the following:
- Summit different mountain peaks (10 total, 5 Battle Stars)
Another on the list includes searching between a Metal Bridge, Three Billboards and a Crashed Bus.
If you are familiar with Fortnite, you'll know there are are multiple mountains you can scale across the map. If you reach the top of 10 of these peaks, you'll complete the challenge.
How the game visualises these specific peaks is with a white 'hologram' of a flag. Get close enough, and a flag with your emblem will be planted, confirming you have visited this peak.
As most mountains are inaccessible from the ground (unless you have enough building materials), realistically you'll have to tick off these whenever you land for the first time in a match. As such, it may take many attempts before the challenge is completed.
As with other challenges, you must do these as you play matches (you cannot enter the map without other players), so you'll have to avoid combat encounters as you attempt to find each location.
Note you need to complete the match in order for the challenge to be finished - quitting the match as soon as you collect it won't work.
Season 8 and The Sideways have arrived in Fortnite. You can now start collecting the Season 8 Battle Pass skins, using the Sideways weapons, partaking in Sideways encounters, investigate the map changes and obtain the new Victory Umbrella! Make a start on the Season 8 questlines, with the IO Heist and finding IO guards and mending locations for Baba Yaga. You can also start collecting colour bottles for Tonna Fish and completing the new character collection.
Summit Mountain Peak locations in Fortnite
Though you need to find ten locations, thankfully there are many more across the map.
Though you can probably guess the highest mountains from the Battlebus, unlike bullseye locations, they are hard to spot from a distance.
As such, a map comes in handy. The following in-progress diagram from thomp2345__78 on the Fortnite subreddit shows a few locations found so far:
And if you want to do it quickly, there's a cluster on the west side of the map you can chain back-to-back to help you complete it faster. ChemBozz on the Fortnite subreddit explains how it goes:
Between the above two images, that should be enough to get the challenge completed. Best of luck!