First look at new challenge heading to Norfolk with world’s biggest inflatable obstacle course Gung-Ho!

Danger Zone, the new obstacle that will feature in Gung-Ho! The world's largest inflatable obstacle

Danger Zone, the new obstacle that will feature in Gung-Ho! The world's largest inflatable obstacle course, which is coming to Norwich this September. Photo: Gung-Ho! - Credit: Archant

The first images of a new obstacle called Danger Zone have been released ahead of the arrival of the world's biggest inflatable obstacle course in Norfolk later this year.

Danger Zone, the new obstacle that will feature in Gung-Ho! The world's largest inflatable obstacle

Danger Zone, the new obstacle that will feature in Gung-Ho! The world's largest inflatable obstacle course, which is coming to Norwich this September. Photo: Gung-Ho! - Credit: Archant

Dubbed 'the toughest obstacle yet' by event creator and Cbeebies presenter Alex Winters, the 30m long gauntlet-style obstacle will join nine other challenges that make up the course, including the 2,000ft long Thriller - Europe's tallest inflatable slide.

Up to 5,000 runners will take on Gung-Ho! on Saturday, September 16 when it arrives at Earlham Park, Norwich hitting speeds of 40MPH at certain points.

This year, Norwich is the penultimate stop on the course's 14-date tour of the UK.

MORE: World's biggest inflatable obstacle course Gung-Ho! to come to Norfolk for the first timeMany runners will take part for charity, with thousands of pounds expected to be raised for good causes.

The Thriller on Gung-Ho! Picture Chris Payne Images

The Thriller on Gung-Ho! Picture Chris Payne Images - Credit: Archant

Runners, who must be at least 4ft tall, will receive a free bib with race number, Gung-Ho! t-shirt and headband, while any spectators can attend for free.

Tickets and more information can be found at begung-ho.co.uk


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