I started with the 3 circuit labyrinth on Rubik’s Cube (see Related Posts below). However, quite a few areas have remained empty. Therefore I have now dealt with a 5 circuit labyrinth.
First of all again the scheme for Rubik’s Cube with the notation of the different sides of the unfolded cube.
The path begins on the “front” side on the bottom left corner stone, then leads upwards (circuit 3), jumps around the corner to “left” and runs over “back” to “right” around the cube. From here it goes up (circuit 4) and back again left around to the “front” side. Then follow the circuits 5, 2, 1 and finally the jump to the center (6).
The number of the circuits begins on the bottom (the “down” side) of the cube, not on the “front” side. The goal, the center of the labyrinth is in “6” on the “up” side. And only one stone remains empty on the underside (the “down” side).
There is also a template that can be used to build a model. Here you can see, print or download it as a PDF file.
I tried that myself and made a more or less successful model out of paper:
In the large picture above, you can see the top (“up”), left and front sides from above. The three smaller pictures are each rotated by 90 degrees.
Here in a tilted representation:
In the large picture above, you can see the front, left and lower (“down”) side from above. The three smaller pictures are rotated by 90 degrees again.
I cannot judge how difficult that would be to solve. Especially if you do not say beforehand what that should be and you should find the beginning and end of the thread yourself.