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 and Survivor: Game Changers.
Castaways 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 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 Holloway beat out Carolyn Rivera to win his fifth individual Individual Immunity.
The Final Four-Titude version of the challenge was again used as the Final Immunity Challenge in Survivor: Game Changers. Sarah Lacina had a big lead, but Brad Culpepper quickly caught up and pulled ahead of her when she struggled untying her third and final bag. Brad quickly assembled his puzzle, winning immunity.
"It's a Fickle, Fickle Game"
"No Good Deed Goes Unpunished"
- This challenge has only been used as the Final Immunity Challenge with four castaways remaining.
- All castaways to win this challenge were men, and won the most individual Immunity Challenges of their respective season.