This insane Canadian snow maze is officially the largest in the world
Are you looking to recreate a scene from The Shining? Or just really missing those autumn corn maze adventures? Well, “A Maze in Corn” (pun obviously intended), the world’s largest snow maze located just 10 minutes south of Winnipeg, might be the spot for you.
Built in the town of St. Adolphe, this massive snow maze got the title of ‘World’s Largest’ back in March. It wasn’t an accident either, as A Maze in Corn has been perfecting the corn maze game for years, hence the name. With Manitoba’s winter climate, turning that into a snow maze was an obvious choice.
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Patrons from all over have flocked to the winter attraction to get lost in the adventure, snag some dynamite pics, and enjoy this uniquely Canadian experience.
According to the official Guinness World Book of Records, “The largest snow maze is 2,789.11 m² (30,021 ft² 110 in²) and was created by A Maze in Corn, Inc (Canada) in St. Adolphe, Manitoba, Canada, and measured on 10 February 2019.”
Welp, that sure makes it official! Included in some of the activities that patrons can enjoy are warming up alongside bonfires, taking a laidback sleigh ride, and sliding down a big snowy mountain. Oh, and you can also get stuck in the maze for a few hours too, but you already knew that.
The world’s largest corn maze is hoping to open up for the season on December 28, 2019, and will be running as long as Mother Nature allows.
When: Opens December 28, 2019 or January 4, 2020
Where: 1351 Provincial Road 200, St. Adolphe, Manitoba
Cost: General – $12; Kids (4-12) – $10; Kids under 3 – Free