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Vertically Challenged
Recurring Survivor Challenge
Description: A recurring physical challenge
Appearances: Caramoan
Worlds Apart

Vertically Challenged (also known as Final Four-Titude) is a recurring challenge on Survivor. It debuted in Survivor: Caramoan and has since re-appeared in Survivor: Worlds Apart.


Survivors must race up a series of steps to the top of a tower and retrieve a bag of puzzle pieces/a key. Once retrieved, they would race down a large slide to the bottom of the tower and place their bag/key at their puzzle station, and head back for the next one. Once all the bags/keys were collected, they would use them to build a vertical puzzle. The first person to finish the puzzle wins.


The challenge debuted in Survivor: Caramoan as the Final Immunity Challenge. After Cochran won an advantage in the previous challenge, he quickly advanced to the puzzle stage and won immunity.

The challenge re-appeared as the Final Immunity Challenge in Survivor: Worlds Apart under the name of Final Four-Titude. After a long, and physically draining challenge, Mike beat out Carolyn to win the Final Immunity Challenge, and his fifth individual Immunity Challenge.


Episode Challenge Type Winner
"Last Push"
Individual Immunity
(Final Immunity)
S26 cochran t
John Cochran
Worlds Apart
"It's a Fickle, Fickle Game"
Individual Immunity
(Final Immunity)
S30 mike t
Mike Holloway