The final 21 competitors gather for their toughest test yet as they aim to climb Mount Midoriyama and take the ultimate title of the first Australian Ninja Warrior. Seventeen obstacles stand between them and the mountain, and time is not on their side. They are given 3 minutes and 45 seconds to complete the Quintuple Steps, Big Dipper, Spinning Log with Donut, Jump Hang, Spider Jump, Warped Wall, Globe Grasper, Ring Swing and Chimney Climb, and those who make it through will then have to face the Jungle Ropes, Basket Toss, Salmon Ladder, Unstable Bridge, Wall Lift, Crazy Cliffhanger, Floating Boards and Flying Bars, with the added difficulty of having only 65 seconds to complete the first five obstacles.
Did You Know?
The final stage, Mount Midoriyama, is named after the stadium where the original version of the Ninja Warrior franchise, Sasuke
(1997), is filmed. The same name is used by the equivalent obstacle in other versions of the franchise. See more