Fortnite Ziplines provide players with a rapid mode of transport between two fixed points, which can not only get you from point A to B without having to worry about any obstacles in between, but also help you traverse large drops or scale steep slopes that would otherwise require building to get over. What's more, you can still aim and fire your weapons while riding this high-speed pulley system in Fortnite, allowing you to deal damage to nearby opponents while defending yourself from any incoming attacks. If things start getting out of hand, you can change direction or even leap off the zipline completely to escape, and you'll be protected from any fall damage when you land on the ground below.
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Ziplines also tend to feature in Fortnite quests from time to time, so it also helps to know where they are when those challenges come up. For the most recent of these you have to shoot targets while ziplining in Fortnite, which requires further knowledge as only a few of the lines actually have targets below them to shoot. If you want to complete that task, then head to the zipline north of Logjam Junction, southwest of Rave Cave, or above the north side of Chonker's Speedway, then you should be good to go. For anything else, we've got all of the Fortnite Ziplines locations below to get you on your way.
Fortnite Ziplines locations
We've marked all of the Fortnite Ziplines locations we've encountered on the map above, and as you can see there's a decent number of them. Most of them are used to quickly reach high peaks, or to traverse canyons and rivers rather than having to climb down then back up the other side. The circles indicate the end of a line, so each of the Fortnite Ziplines will have two circles on the map as you can start from either end, though you can actually attach to a zipline at any point if you can get close enough to it to follow the prompt.