Visit The Shark, Rapid’s Rest, & Gorgeous Gorge: Fortnite Week 7 challenge
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As the calendar turns to April, a new batch of Fortnite challenges arrives in Season 2. For Week 7, players won’t have to do anything too crazy, similar to last week. However, there are some tasks that could prove difficult if you don’t know where to go on the map. In today’s guide, we’ll go over the challenge “Visit The Shark, Rapid’s Rest, and Gorgeous Gorge”.

We already went over where to find Skye’s coastal campsites, so make sure to check that out as well. Without further ado, let’s find out where these locations are so you can complete this Fortnite challenge.

Where are the locations for this challenge?

To start off, you need to visit The Shark first. This location is clearly marked on the Fortnite map, so it doesn’t take too much investigating to find where it is. Simply land at the location in the northwest islands, and step one of this challenge is complete.

Next up, we have Rapid’s Rest, which you can find just east of Lazy Lake. It’s possible to grab a boat when you visit The Shark and head down to the lake, speeding up the process. However, it’s most likely easier to simply hop into a second match of Fortnite. Either way, you can find Rapid’s Rest in between Lazy Lake and the river east of the POI.

Lastly, there’s Gorgeous Gorge, which is located northwest of Lazy Lake. It’s pretty easy to miss if you’re not looking carefully, so keep a vigilant eye. You’ll know you’re there when you see a waterfall next to the white patch of water on the map. You can see exactly where to find Gorgeous Gorge and the other locations on the Fortnite island below.

Fortnite Gorgeous Gorge Week 7 challenge

If you manage to visit all three locations, then this challenge is complete! When you finish, 40,000 XP will be added to your Fortnite Season 2 Battle Pass.

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.