If you’ve been working hard to complete some of the new Operation Snowdown quests in Fortnite, you may find yourself wondering where to find all 5 Holiday Trees that you need to dance next to.
To help simplify the process, we’ve put together a quick guide on where you can find all of the Holiday Trees in Fortnite!
Where to Find All Holiday Trees in Fortnite
In Fortnite, there’s an Operation Snowdown quest that you can complete by dancing at 5 different Holiday Trees. In the map image above, we’ve circled where to find each Holiday Tree that you need to dance at.
Once you’re standing next to a Holiday Tree, simply use an emote and get your groove on. If you want to try and complete this quest in a single match, the best place to land is off to the right at Dirty Docks (in our opinion at least).
From here, you can work your way up and to the left to dance at each Holiday Tree. For example, moving from Dirty Docks to The Orchard area north of Colossal Colosseum, then up to Craggy Cliffs, and from there, over to Pleasant Park.
Below, we’ve listed all of the Holiday Tree locations in Fortnite and the order that we found it easiest to dance at each one and complete the quest in.
Note that you can also complete the Holiday Tree dance quest in reverse, starting at Holly Hedges and working your way over to the right towards Dirty Docks. Or you can do it in whatever order works best for you.
The important thing is dancing at each of the 5 different Holiday Tree locations in order to complete the quest.
You’ll know you’ve found a Holiday Tree when you find a semi-large tree decorated in Christmas lights with presents laid out underneath it and a cute Llama Star decoration at the top of the tree.
We’ve included an image of a Holiday Tree (seen above) as an example to help you out. Again, all you need to do to complete this Operation Snowdown quest is dance at each of the 5 different Holiday Trees in Fortnite.
By completing this Operation Snowdown quest, you’ll earn 10,000 XP and a snowman cosmetic in Fortnite.