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Fortnite: Where To Visit Stack Shack, Coral Cove, And Crash Site Locations (Week 5 Guide)

Here's a map and guide to help you complete one of Week 5's trickier Meowscles Mischief challenges.


Fortnite's Week 5 challenges have arrived. This week's batch, Meowscles Mischief, revolves around the disturbingly muscular Meowscles skin, and many of the missions are appropriately cat-themed, so you'll need to consume fish and survive high falls, among other things. One challenge that may give you some trouble asks you to visit Coral Cove, Stack Shack, and Crash Site in a single match without swimming. If you need help tracking those down, this guide will show you where to go.

Where Are Coral Cove, Stack Shack, And Crash Site Locations?

All three areas are located fairly close together on the western side of the map, so they shouldn't be too difficult to find. Coral Cove is on the small, westernmost island in grid square A2, while the crash site is on another small island directly east of it, in grid square C2. Stack Shack is a little further away; you'll find it to the northwest of Holly Hedges in grid square A4. You can see where all three locations are on the map below.

Fortnite Coral Cove, Crash Site, and Stack Shack locations
Fortnite Coral Cove, Crash Site, and Stack Shack locations

How To Complete The Challenge

What makes this challenge particularly tricky is that you not only need to visit all three locations within a single match, but you also must do it without swimming. Fortunately, Fortnite's latest update added the new Choppa vehicle, which will let you fly around the map, making this challenge much easier.

You can find Choppas on various helipads around the island, a couple of which are near the three areas you need to visit for this challenge. You can reliably find a Choppa in Pleasant Park, so we'd recommend going there first to get the vehicle and then flying to the crash site, Coral Cove, and Stack Shack in that order.

Season 2 of Fortnite Chapter 2 is slated to end in April, so there are still a lot more challenges on the way over the next few weeks. If you need help completing any earlier missions from this season, we've rounded up all of our maps and guides for the trickier ones in our Fortnite Season 2 challenges hub. Be sure to also check out our Fortnite Season 2 roundup to catch up on everything that's new in Epic's popular battle royale game this season.

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