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Totally Wiped Out
Get Totally Wiped Out while challenging yourself, family and friends to this entertaining inflatable obstacle course.
Test yourself on ten obstacles spread along a 3.5K track, taking you over, under and through a multitude of hurdles.
At the end of the course there’ll be an opportunity to become a Rodeo Bull champion or you can pit yourself against others on The Sweeper, made famous by hit TV show Total Wipeout.
The Totally Wiped Out course features:
More than 300 feet of inflatable obstacle courses
Mini Everest slide
The Big Ball Challenge
Hit and Run
Your fee also includes entry to:
Rock and Roller Gladiators – a ‘winner stays on’ favourite with a prize awarded to anyone claiming three victories
Rodeo Bull – stay on the bull for the longest to win a prize – the times reset every hour
Archery Tag – a team game that’s a mash-up of archery and dodgeball
Last Man Standing – avoid the sweeper and be the last one on your feet in this classic game.
The event is open from 10.45am – 3.15pm during which time you can access the challenges, our merchandise stand and refreshment kiosk. The obstacle course is booked via time slots, with each wave leaving at regular intervals.
Please note; children under 120cm (just under four feet) will not be able to take part in the obstacle course but are welcome to spectate, get their faces painted and go on the bouncy castle.
Adult (18yrs+) £25
Child (120cm+ and under 17yrs) £15
Family (2 adults + 2 children) £65
Group (4 adults) £90
Or, a sponsored entry (with pledge to raise minimum of)
Adult (18+) £10 with £20 pledge
Child (120cm+ to 17) £5 with £20 pledge
Family (2+2) £25 with £60 pledge
Group (4 adults) £30 with £100 pledge
Extra tickets for the individual challenges can be purchased at £2 each, or buy three and get a fourth free.
*Please note that all challenges are subject to availability and time limitation
The event is open from 10.45am – 3.15pm when you can access the challenges, our merchandise stand and refreshment kiosk.
The obstacle course is booked via time slots with each wave leaving at regular intervals.