If you're looking for the locations of Fortnite waterfalls, then you've come to right place. As the current season of Fortnite (opens in new tab) draws to a close, players have been given a fresh set of Fortnite Overtime Challenges (opens in new tab) to complete, to make sure there are no complaints about the lack of new weekly challenges available recently. To beat one of these new challenges you have to visit seven different Fortnite waterfalls, making this fairly innocuous piece of the scenery suddenly much more important. We've tracked down all 10 Fortnite waterfall locations, to provide you with a complete guide on where you can find them.
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Fortnite Waterfall locations
On the map above we've marked the locations of all the Fortnite waterfalls, including the three smaller waterfalls in the middle of Loot Lake which all count as individual locations, making that the easiest area to rack them up.
G2 - North edge of the map, between Lazy Links and The Block
If you follow the river that runs between Lazy Links and The Block to the north edge of the map, you'll find a large waterfall running into the sea.
J4 - Middle of Lonely Lodge
Tucked away in the middle of Lonely Lodge, just to the east of the actual lodge building, is a little waterfall near some steps.
E4 - Central Loot Lake
These three small waterfalls in the middle of Loot Lake all count towards this challenge individually, making it a useful area to visit but also dangerous!
E5 - South edge of Loot Lake
This is a waterfall that should definitely count, however, which is found directly south of Loot Lake where the river running past Tilted Towers begins.
B6 - South edge of Viking Village
There is an imposingly large waterfall running down from the south edge of the Viking Village near Snobby Shores - it's frozen solid, but it should still count.
F10 - South edge of the map, west of Lucky Landing
Right down on the south edge of the map, where the main river meets the sea, you'll find a waterfall just to the west of Lucky Landing.
H9 - Edge of the oasis southwest of Paradise Palms
The oasis in the desert biome sits to the southwest of Paradise Palms, and on the east side of it is a small waterfall into a stream.
I10 - South edge of the map, south of Paradise Palms
At the other end of that stream, where it flows out into the sea near a shack, you'll find this final waterfall directly south of Paradise Palms.
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