Home of the Guiness Book of World Record’s Largest Snow Maze! The maze is the largest snow maze in the world at 2789.11 m². Enjoy warming areas with bonfires, slide down the giant snow mountain, relax in the warming barn or hop on a sleigh ride!
Who is it for?
- Adult (ages 13+): CA$12.00
- Child (ages 4-12): CA$10.00
- Young Child (ages 3 and under): Free!
- Admission to the snow maze
- Access to the warm-up barn
- Concessions available for purchase
Available at an additional cost, paid upon arrival
Sleigh Rides (Saturday & Sunday from 12:00pm-4:00pm)
- CA$3.00 per rider (3 and under are free)
Giant Luge Run
- CA$3.00 a ride
- CA$5.00 unlimited sliding
How to get tickets?
The ticket you are reserving can be redeemed at any time throughout the 2020 winter season. We ask that you please select the date that you will likely be attending, but there is no obligation to arrive on the day you select. We welcome you to redeem your ticket at any one time throughout our Snow Maze season!
WHEN & WHERE
Date & Time:
Opening January 3, 2020. | 11:00 AM -9:00 PM
Until March 15, 2020 (maybe until the 22nd depending on the weather)
Thursday & Friday | 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday | 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sleigh rides run Saturday & Sunday 12:00 PM-4:00 PM ($3.00)
The snow maze takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.
Most guests spend 1-2 hours enjoying the snow maze and other winter activities.
Venue & Address :
A Maze In Corn, 1351 Provincial Road 200, St. Adolphe, Manitoba
10 minutes South of the Perimeter on St. Mary’s Rd.
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This snow maze in Manitoba is vying to be biggest in the world. • Clint Masse, who owns A Maze in Corn with his family, spent the last three weeks with a crew of nine building the structure on their farm, south of Winnipeg, near St. Adolphe, Man. • They're hoping it's big enough to break a world record set in Thunder Bay in 2015. Masse's maze was created using roughly 300 truck-loads of snow, and features 1,300 metres of tightly packed snow walls. • He admitted the maze covers just over 2,300 square metres, but is coy about its exact dimensions. • "We can't say the exact square-footage because we're trying to beat them," he said, referencing the current Guinness World Record holder. • Cory Brooks was the first to complete the puzzle Saturday and it took him only about 20 minutes from start to finish. • "I'm still trying to find my son. He's still running around," smiled Brooks after he made it out. • • • Video: @cbcmanitoba | #CBC #CBCNews #SnowMaze #WinterFun #Winnipeg #Manitoba #Winterpeg #Winter #WinterFun #WinterWonderland #Snow #Maze #MazeRunner #WorldRecord #BiggestInTheWorld