Canada is home to world's largest snow maze (PHOTOS)

Dec 29 2019, 10:26 am

Oh how very Canadian of us.

It turns out that Canada is the home of the World’s Largest Snow Maze (because of course we are), with Guinness World Records officially giving Manitoba’s A Maze In Corn the title earlier this year.

Last year’s maze clocked in at a whopping 2,789.114 square metres, and the people behind the looming white walls of hard-packed snow have been hard at work creating another massive maze for this year as well.

A Maze in Corn bumped the maze in Fort William Historical Park in Thunder Bay off the throne this past February, which had clocked in at a measly 1,696 square-metres (kidding, that is also very large).

Located in Saint Adolphe, just 30 minutes south of Winnipeg, A Maze in Corn has previously been known as a corn maze for the past 20+ years.

The 2020 edition is set to open on January 4, and anyone hoping to take a walk through the maze, slide down a giant snow mountain, take a sleigh ride, or relax by a bonfire need only head to the A Maze In Corn website and snag themselves a $12 ticket.

However, if Saint Adolphe, Manitoba is a little too far of a trip, feel free to enjoy a few photos of the stunning sight, instead!

 

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