Fortnite Timber Pines easily stick out from the usual forest flora on the battle royale island, and they can even be cut down to create logs. Timber Pines are much taller than the average Fortnite trees and have a much thicker trunk, so you'll easily be able to identify them. However, instead of vanishing into nothing when they're hacked up with a Harvesting Tool, these pine trees are properly cut down instead, turning into a felled log that can roll around. Not only is this property required for completing certain challenges, but the rolling log can also be used to deal damage against structures, vehicles, or opponents if you position them well. If you're ready to get your lumberjack on, here's what you need to know about Fortnite Timber Pines and the locations of where you can find them.
Fortnite Timber Pines locations
Fortnite Timber Pines locations are found across the snowy northwest section of the island, and are actually big enough to be seen on the map if you zoom in a bit. We've marked a lot of them on the Fortnite map above, though this is definitely not an exhaustive list of every place you'll find them. Head to any of the areas we've marked, and you should easily spot a tall Fortnite Timber Pine ready be chopped down for whatever purpose you need it for, whether that's one of the Fortnite quests or just chaos.
How to knock down Timber Pines in Fortnite
To knock down Timber Pines in Fortnite, it should come as no surprise that you need to hit them with your harvesting tool, though damaging them with any other weapon including the Fortnite Ripsaw Launcher will have the same effect. They are much bigger than regular trees but only have 200 HP, which means it should only take you a couple of well-aimed swings or shots to knock them down. You'll know you've been successful when, rather than just disappearing, the main trunk of the Fortnite Timber Pine detaches and falls away from you – make sure you don't step into its path while rolling or you'll take damage. It is possible to continue harvesting more wood from the fallen log, but it becomes incredibly light, so it's likely to bounce away when you strike it.