Finding Holiday Tree locations is one of Fortnite's many Weekly Challenges.

Completing it will give you a reward as part of the 14 Days of Fortnite event.

If you're just getting started, our Fortnite Battle Royale tips and tricks can provide some helpful hints.

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Holiday Tree locations in Fortnite

Though you need to find a handful of locations, thankfully there are many more across the map. Here's what found so far:

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Fortnite Christmas Tree locations

Specifically, they can be found at the following locations:

Lonely Lodge, near the main house in the north:

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Salty Springs, on the grass in the north of the named location:

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Happy Hamlet, in the south-east surrounded by buildings:

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Lucky Landing, at the northern entrance to the named location:

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Paradise Palms, on the eastern side, next to the tall building:

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Fatal Fields, just north of the silos to the south:

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Retail Row, in the middle of the car park on the east side of the location:

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Pleasant Park, north of the football pitch:

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Lazy Links, in the south-east next to the tennis courts:

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Dusty Divot, where the cafe seating is to the north of the warehouses:

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Tilted Towers, in the courts in the north-west:

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Viking Ship, on the southern edge:

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Frosty Flights, in-between the two hangers:

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You can unlock Fortnite Season 7 skins and emotes with each week's set of Fortnite Challenges - the latest including Chilly Gnome locations and Expedition Outpost locations. Other recent additions include Fortnite plane locations and Snowfall secret Battle Star locations.


How finding Holiday Tree locations in Fortnite works

Finding Holiday Tree - or Christmas Tree - locations is one of the 14 Days of Fortnite set of Challenges.

The process is really simple - visit a Holiday Tree location, then dance at that location by using an emote (either down on the D-pad on a controller, or the B key on PC).

It should be noted if you get there and the Holiday Tree isn't available, there's a chance someone else got there first and destroyed it. Thankfully, still going to that location and dancing will still add one to your total - so if you are in the right place, it shouldn't matter.

If you want to make this much easier, then finding one of the main plane locations and flying it to the various Holiday Tree locations can make this much easier - especially as they are easily visible from the air.

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