Ninja Warrior course swings into action at Lincoln attraction

A soft launch was held for a new Ninja Warrior-style inflatable course inside Jump Inc’s trampoline and inflatable park in Lincoln on Monday.

As previously reported, Jump Inc Lincoln on Dixon Close opened in December 2018 and it has been working to develop further features after a £200,000 investment.

The new Ninja Warrior course, which is around 250 square metres, will include tilting beams, rotating logs, slanted steppingstones, monkey bars, warped walls, a climbing wall and more. The refurb also included an extension to the mezzanine floor to create additional seating areas and a viewing platform for families.

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Construction of the new feature started in September. Three of the four zones are now ready for use and work is still in progress as Jump Inc work hard to get the facility complete as soon as possible.

Jump Inc said the delay in finishing the new feature was beyond its control as it waits on delivery for more parts. Once the fourth zone is complete the reaction wall, and climbing frame along the side of the far wall, will be open.

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Emma Towse-Bertram, Marketing Manager at Jump Inc told The Lincolnite: “We’re thrilled to see how popular the Ninja course is already, we can’t wait to get everything finished now.

“A soft launch has given us a good picture of how busy it will be and how to improve on the customer journey once all four zones are open.

“Once the fourth zone is complete we can open the reaction wall and climbing frame along the side of the far wall. Finally we have a cargo climb to install and a few finishing touches to improve the circuit, and then we can announce an official launch.”

Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

It won’t cost any extra to use the new facility – it will be £8 (or £9 walk in) for customers to access all three areas in the park for one hour. However, an extra £5 can be paid to have it for two hours.

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