Castaways must race through a series of obstacles before climbing up a large set of walls to the top of a tower in order to complete a puzzle. The first tribe to finish the puzzle wins.
The challenge debuted in Cagayan where teams would have race through obstacles both in the water and on land to retrieve a wooden chest. After hauling it up a tall slope, they then had to assemble a ten piece puzzle. Although the teams traded the lead multiple times, it was the orange team of Jefra Bland, Jeremiah Wood, LJ McKanas, Morgan McLeod, and Spencer Bledsoe who won a trip to Outback Steakhouse.
The challenge reappeared as the opening Immunity Challenge in San Juan del Sur. The tribes would dash under a wooden structure, then work together to retrieve three bags which contained pieces they needed to get to the top. They then had to ascend the tower, first by hooking a monkey's fist on a target, then by scaling some pegs, and then by only using each other to get up a steep ramp. At the top, they had to solve a large, heavy triangular puzzle. Coyopa made it up the tower first, but Hunahpu ended up completing the puzzle first, sending Coyopa to Tribal Council.
The challenge reappeared in Ghost Island where the tribes first had to jump between three sets of raised ramps. If at any point a castaway falls while jumping, they would have to run back and start over. Then, they needed to dig a heavy ladder out of a sand pit and use it to retrieve a monkey's fist on top of a tripod. They then had to toss the monkey's fist through a target to climb the first wall, then hoist each other to the top of the second wall. At the top, they had to solve a tiki head puzzle. The two tribes were even throughout, but Malolo pulled ahead at the puzzle to win, sending Naviti to Tribal Council.
"Mad Treasure Hunt"
Jefra, Jeremiah, LJ, Morgan, & Spencer
| San Juan del Sur|
"Suck It Up and Survive"
| Ghost Island|
"Only Time Will Tell"
- Spencer Bledsoe was the only person on the winning team in Cagayan who was not a member of the original Solana tribe.
- According to challenge producer John Kirhoffer, the name for Ghost Island's version of the challenge, Along the Watch Tower, is a reference to the Bob Dylan song, All Along the Watchtower.