Slalom is a loop-drawing logic puzzle where a single, non-intersecting loop that passes through all gates is drawn.


The objective is to draw a single, non-intersecting loop, subject to the following rules:

  1. Dotted lines represent gates which may extend for multiple cells. The line must pass through all gates exactly once, not turning in the same cell.
  2. Some gates are numbered and must be passed in sequence, according to the number of the gate.
  3. Circled numbers represent both start and finish of the loop.
  4. The line may only travel vertically or horizontally.


A standard 10x10 slalom and its solution.

Slalom Example
Slalom Solution