FAMILY ATTRACTIONS: Labyrinth Challenge goes on tour
The world’s longest, continuous, inflatable obstacle course, has made its debut in Reading and is now preparing for a tour of the UK.
The 1,000ft long Labyrinth Challenge will be in Reading at weekends until 4th June, before the pop-up event embarks on a 16-week national tour.
The tour will visit 15 outdoor venues across the country including Edinburgh, Haydock, Chepstow, Coventry and Brighton.
The giant inflatable playground, designed for grown-ups to unleash their inner child, features more than 30 interactive obstacles including jump-offs, hurdles, biff n’ bash sections, balance beams and giant balls.
Set across five themed zones – the Lava Zone, Jungle Zone, Toxic Zone, Combat Zone and Ocean Zone – the course starts with participants jumping off a 20ft platform into a crash bag below. The finale involves climbing up and sliding down a giant inflatable ship.
There is also the option to hire the Labyrinth Challenge course and Village for exclusive corporate use on Fridays, at each tour location, for between 50 and 2,000 people.
Dan Byrne, tour director for The Labyrinth Challenge said: “There’s already been huge interest in the build up to the The Labyrinth Challenge’s first appearance and we’re thrilled to finally be unveiling it. FAParticipants can race each other and make their way through the course in the quickest time or go at a more leisurely pace.
“It really is a fun family day out with a mini course for the under 12s in The Village which includes land zorbs, bungee trampolines, laser tag and a soft play area as well as bars and food stalls.”