VIDEO AND PICTURES: World's biggest inflatable obstacle course for ADULTS coming to Doncaster next month

The Labyrinth Challenge is coming to Doncaster.
The Labyrinth Challenge is coming to Doncaster.
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The world’s biggest, longest and continuous inflatable obstacle course is coming to Doncaster next month for the first dates of a UK tour.

Thrill-seekers can enjoy the 1,000ft long Labyrinth Challenge when it visits Doncaster Racecourse across the weekend of June 10-11.

The giant inflatable playground, designed for grown-ups (ages 12+) to unleash their inner child, features more than 30 interactive and wacky 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.

The fun continues in The Village, adjacent to the course, which offers fun, games and refreshments for all ages along with a mini Labyrinth Challenge suitable for the under 12s.

There is also the option to hire the Labyrinth Challenge course and Village for exclusive corporate use on Friday, June 9, for between 50 and 2,000 people.

The course is the biggest inflatable course in the world.

The course is the biggest inflatable course in the world.

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 on the road and we’re thrilled to be bringing it to Doncaster.

“Participants 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 The Village extending the excitement with land zorbs, bungee trampolines, laser tag and a soft play area, along with bars and food stalls.”

The attraction offers fun for all the family.

The attraction offers fun for all the family.

Tickets to the Labyrinth Challenge start from £15, with tickets to The Village priced £20, while combination tickets for both attractions cost £27. Tickets are available now online at

Visit @thelabyrinthchallenge on Facebook and follow @Labyrinthcourse on Twitter for more details.

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