We have a lot of snow in Canada, more than we know what to do with. There's one couple who had a creative solution as to what to do with all the snow we have and it's become a huge success. Their giant Manitoba snow maze holds the record for being the largest in the world and it's totally insane.

A Maze In Corn (real name) is a farm in Saint Adolphe, Manitoba that hosts experiences throughout the year for guests. They have a sunflower expo, zipline adventures, a pumpkin barn and, of course, a corn maze. It's their snow maze that grabbed the attention of Guinness World Records last year and it will be returning this winter.

Although it's not quite built yet, the owners hope to open it at the end of December 2019 or early in January 2020. The incredible snow maze is just a 30-minute drive south of Winnipeg in Manitoba. It's a hidden gem in Western Canada and a unique experience you'll want to put on your most epic Canadian winter bucket list.

Manitoba low-key has some of the most unique experiences in Canada. Where else can you go paddleboarding with beluga whales? Or get up close with polar bears? This snow maze really takes the cake as far as unique winter experiences go.

According to Business Insider, the dizzying maze last year took six weeks and 300 truckloads full of snow to build.

If you're worried about freezing your bottom off being outside for an hour wandering a maze, then don't worry because there are fire pits throughout the maze to keep you toasty.

You can also take a sleigh ride to help you calm down after escaping the maze. While this coming season's new features have yet to be announced, previous years have had snow sculptures and alpacas you can pet. This magical massive snow maze is the most epic snowy Canadian adventure you'll take this year.

World's Largest Snow Maze

Price: $12 per person

When: TBD, December 2019 or January 2020

Address: A Maze in Corn Farms, 1351 MB-200, Saint Adolphe, MB

Why You Need To Go: Get lost in the most massive snow maze on earth right here in Canada.

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