How to ride the Steamy Stacks, a Zipline, and use a secret passage: Fortnite Week 6 challenge
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Another week means more Fortnite Season 2 challenges to complete, and Week 6 has some intriguing ones. Not only do you have to destroy Dog Houses, but you must also visit some interesting locations for multiple challenges. One of those tasks requires you to ride a zipline and the Steamy Stacks ventilation tube while also using a secret passage. Of course, this challenge isn’t too difficult if you know where all of those locations are. However, if you don’t, then it could take you a while. Luckily, we know the best route to hit all three locations in one Fortnite match.

How to complete this Fortnite challenge

As with most of the weekly challenges, this is easily accomplished in the Team Rumble game mode. The matches are longer, you can respawn, and there’s not so much pressure. That said, you can still do this task in a regular game of Fortnite pretty easily.

First, you’ll want to land just outside of Steamy Stacks on the south side. You should see a large, blue cable tower on the southern side of the location. You want to land here, grab some loot, then use the zipline that will transport you to Steamy Stacks.

Once inside of Steamy Stacks, walk up to one of the huge ventilation tubes and fly upwards to the north. Make sure you fly over the little inlet that is just north of Steamy Stacks. Above that inlet are a bus stop and a large rock, which is where you want to land.

Sitting near this rock is a blue port-a-potty, which is the secret passage. Simply interact with it, and you’ll find yourself flushed away to another location on the Fortnite island. You can complete this Week 6 challenge in any order you like, but this is the easiest way we found. Just make sure to complete all three tasks in one match.

Fortnite Week 6 challenge

That’s it for this challenge guide! Make sure to keep up with Daily Esports for more Fortnite challenge guides.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.