Jockey Club venue, Kempton Park Racecourse, will host the world’s longest, continuous, inflatable obstacle course on 11-13 August, known as the Labyrinth Challenge.

The challenge features more than 30 interactive obstacles including jump offs, hurdles and balance beams.

The opening day of the event (Friday 11) will be exclusively for adults (18+) to unleash their inner child. The start of the challenge will see visitors start by jumping from a 20ft platform into a crash bag where they then tackle the five themed zones of the challenge – the Lava Zone, Jungle Zone, Toxic Zone, Combat Zone and Ocean Zone. The finale involves climbing up and sliding down a giant inflatable ship.

“Thousands of people have already enjoyed bouncing around The Labyrinth Challenge and we’re thrilled to be bringing the course to Kempton Park Racecourse,” said Dan Byrne, tour director for The Labyrinth Challenge. “It really is a fun family day out with the Inflatable Village extending the excitement with Pulsar laser quest, crazy golf, bouncy castles and a soft play area, along with a bar and food stalls.”

Under 12s can enjoy the mini Labyrinth Challenge within the Inflatable Village, which will also house other games and refreshments.

George Cairns, regional business development executive (C&E), Kempton Park Racecourse, commented: “This is such a novel and exciting challenge and we’re delighted to have the versatile space to host such a large-scale obstacle course at Kempton Park. We’re looking forward to working with The Labyrinth Challenge team.”