Please arrive 20 mins prior to allocated time slot for Labyrinth Challenge.
Multiple purchases are permitted.
Dress code: Socks MUST be worn by all participants – No socks, No entry. Socks will be available to purchase on the day. No shoes or bare feet allowed. We operate a shoe storage area where you can leave your shoes and bags (at your own risk) whilst you complete the course. This is offered FOC.
Glasses, jewellery and loose articles (wallets, mobile phones etc) must be removed before taking part in the challenge. Please wear contact lenses or remove your glasses before taking part – glasses cannot be worn for HSE requirements. Face paint is also prohibited. If you have long hair it needs to be tied up, preferably in a bun style.
The event site is wheelchair accessible; however The Labyrinth Challenge course is not wheelchair accessible.
The challenge is not recommended for anyone with medical conditions such as heart problems, back and neck problems, breathing conditions and any fractures/broken bones or those with any pre-existing medical conditions/those who are pregnant. By booking, you are deeming yourself as being fit to take part. By booking, you are deeming yourself as being fit to take part and assume the risks of doing so. Everyone takes part at their own risk and although following the strict H&S standards and rules minimises these risks, they cannot be completely eliminated.
Please note food and drink may not be brought into the event (unless for infants). Food and drink will be available to purchase on site.
Sorry, pets are not permitted; guide dogs only.
Tickets must be printed for redemption; please print your ticket and bring along with you to avoid disappointment.
Ticket is non-refundable unless event is cancelled.
Ticket is not exchangeable for cash or valid with any other offers.
Images used for illustrative purposes only, the exact course may differ.
Dalkeith Country Park does not accept responsibility for injury, loss and damage sustained by a participant unless the above injury, loss and damage is proven to have been caused as a direct result of negligence on the part of the organise.