Don’t deny yourself and go into the labyrinth

The world’s longest, widest continuous inflatable obstacle course bounces into Scotland this weekend.

Edinburgh’s BT Murrayfield Stadium is the location for the Labyrinth Challenge, an inflatable wonderland for all the family featuring 30 attractions, a mini-course for the younger ones and a giant air-filled assault course for those brave enough to take it on.

Tickets are selling fast for the event which returns after a superb debut last summer when hundreds of people from across the region enjoyed its zany thrills and spills.

This year, all ticket-holders also gain unlimited free entry to the Village, extending the inflatable fun and games beyond the course itself.

Along with the Mini Labyrinth course for children aged 5-9, The Village includes inflatable volleyball, penalty shootout, crazy golf, human table football, Nerf wars, laser tag, a toddler playroom, bouncy castles and lots more.

The Labyrinth course itself is also bigger and better than before, stretching over 1,000ft across 30 obstacles, with participants navigating five different zones before sliding down to complete the course and celebrate with friends and family.

Dan Byrne, tour director for the Labyrinth Challenge, said: ‘We’re ready to get the summer started by bringing the Labyrinth Challenge and Inflatable Village to Edinburgh this weekend.

‘While our new look main course provides serious fun and excitement, this year the expanded Village ensures it’s a true family outing with attractions and entertainment to keep kids and adults entertained for the whole day.

‘For 2018, all ticket holders get the chance to take on The Labyrinth course as many times as they like during their 60-minute slot, alongside unlimited use of all the inflatables and attractions within The Village.’

The event takes place at Edinburgh’s BT Murrayfield Stadium this Saturday and Sunday, June 16-17, from 11am to 5pm.

Tickets for the Labyrinth Challenge are priced £15 for children under 10-years and £20 for everybody else, available online HERE.