Are you up for taking on the world’s longest inflatable obstacle course?

The longest, continuous, inflatable obstacle course in the world is bouncing into Merseyside this weekend.

Tickets are selling fast for the chance to experience the 1,000ft long Labyrinth Challenge which takes place at Haydock Park Racecourse on July 29 and 30.

The thrilling course begins with participants jumping off a 20ft platform into a crash bag and concludes with a slide down a giant inflatable ship.

But there’s more in store than just the huge obstacle course, with an Inflatable Village of fun to explore featuring a great selection of attractions for the whole family.

While the Labyrinth Challenge course features five zones and more than 30 obstacles for teenagers and adults to tackle, the Inflatable Village includes a mini course for the under 12s and even a section for the under 5s.

The Inflatable Village also features Pulsar Laser Quest, crazy golf, soft play and bouncy castles, plus refreshments and much more.

Also, on Friday, July 28, there’s the chance to compete in adult-only (18+) team events perfect for corporate colleagues or clients, stag and hen parties, charity fundraisers or groups of friends.

Dan Byrne, Tour Director for The Labyrinth Challenge said:

“We can’t wait to bring the Labyrinth Challenge and Inflatable Village to Haydock.

“The Village is an essential part of the weekend, extending the excitement so that everyone can experience the inflatable thrills and spills without having to test themselves on the main course.

“Spectators get access to the Inflatable Village with their entrance ticket and can either purchase a wristband for unlimited use of its many attractions or buy tokens to just try the ones they want.”

Tickets to the Labyrinth Challenge start from £15, with wristbands for the Inflatable Village priced £20, while combination tickets for both attractions cost £27. Spectator entrance costs £2.50.

Tickets are available now online at www.thelabyrinthchallenge.com. Visit @thelabyrinthchallenge on Facebook and follow @Labyrinthcourse on Twitter.

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