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The snow maze at A Maze in Corn is still under construction, although the opening is pegged for January 28. A Maze in Corn

Despite delays due to weather, the snow maze in St. Adolphe is preparing to open on Saturday, January 28—and it’ll be bigger than ever!

The season started off snowy and mild and then turned very cold, neither of which is ideal for creating the maze. Angie Masse, owner at A Maze in Corn, says that the tractors were sinking in the soft snow, which wasn’t packing down well enough to build on.

The process can take about a month, but of course this depends on what Mother Nature doles out.

In 2019, the Guinness Book of World Records recognized the site as the biggest snow maze in the world, but since that time organizers have kept envisioning new ways to make the attraction even bigger and better.

“The snow maze gets a bit bigger and is different every year,” says Masse. “We have made the Snow Bar area bigger and we’re hoping to add a snow maze dining experience in February. We also have snow tubes on the snow mountain this year!”

Though there is no central theme this year, Masse says that each snow room within the maze has its own unique design chosen by a local snow-carving artist. One room, located where maze-goers may remember last year’s “church” building, features a structure with a hobbit motif.

The event site—including tobogganing, the warming barn, bonfire pits, sleigh rides, and the maze—will be open Thursday to Sunday as weather permits until spring. Live entertainment, hot chocolate, refreshments, and adult beverages at the snow bar will all be available.

Watch for more information on their website soon about a special dining experience in the snow huts. Details about the restaurant, menu, dates, and ticket sales will be available as the open date approaches.

For more information

https://www.cornmaze.ca/pages/...

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