|The Home Stretch|
|Recurring Survivor Challenge|
|Description:||A recurring obstacle course challenge|
|Appearances:|| Worlds Apart|
Millennials vs. Gen X
The castaways must each race under a net crawl and make their way to a table where they must slide tiles into a target. Once all the tiles are through, they must use a machete to transport those tiles over a teeter-totter and balance beam to the finish table. They must then sort the tiles into pairs. Three of the tiles will not match up. Those three hold the code to a combination that will unlock their box. The first person to unlock their box and raise their flag wins.
In Millennials vs. Gen X, the contestants had to transport ten discs over a balance beam and then through a wire maze. After they had all ten discs at the finishing podium, they had to roll the ten discs through a slot. The first person to land all ten discs in their compartment wins.
The challenge was first used as the final five Reward Challenge in Survivor: Worlds Apart. Mike Holloway won the right to spend the day with his mother at camp and an advantage at the next Immunity Challenge.
The challenge appeared once again in Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X as the final eight Immunity Challenge. After a close race, Jay Starrett ultimately won the challenge and was safe at Tribal Council.
| Worlds Apart|
"It's a Fickle, Fickle Game"
| Individual Reward|
(Loved Ones Challenge)
| Kaôh Rōng|
"Not Going Down Without a Fight"
|Individual Reward|| |
| Millennials vs. Gen X|
"I'm Going for a Million Bucks"
|Individual Immunity|| |
- All three times this challenge took place, it was on a black merged tribe.