Fortnite Apres Ski location: Where to dance on the Apres Ski dance floor for 10 seconds

Fortnite Apres Ski location
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This isn't the first time the Fortnite Apres Ski location has hosted one of the weekly tasks, but due to it's secluded location in the mountains you'd be forgiven for not immediately knowing where to find it. As part of the Fortnite Week 10 challenges (opens in new tab) you need to make your way to this neon lodge, then drop your funkiest emote and dance on the Apres Ski dance floor for 10 seconds. We should all be familiar with dancing assignments by now in Fortnite (opens in new tab), but finding the right place to do it is still essential knowledge, so follow our guide to the Fortnite Apres Ski location and get your boogie on.

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Fortnite Apres Ski location

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Fortnite Apres Ski is nestled in the mountains along the south coast of the island in grid E8, to the southwest of Misty Meadows. Although it's quite high up, it shouldn't be difficult to pick out as it's a reasonably large building and it has a big neon "Dance" sign on the front. The easiest way to get up to it is to follow the mountain path from the north, between the other chalets on the way to the top.

Fortnite Apres Ski location

(Image credit: Epic Games)

Once inside the main bar level, you need to dance on the Apres Ski dance floor for 10 seconds, so head to the flashing floor panels and fire up one of your emotes. You might want to pop up to the balcony above first to open the chest and grab a weapon, just in case other players arrive and try to break up the party before you're done. Boogie for the required time and you should get a challenge complete notification on screen, at which point you can move on – there are several more chests and ammo boxes in the Fortnite Apres Ski basement, so don't overlook those before you leave.

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