Quebec Has The Biggest Outdoor Labyrinth In The World That You Have To See To Believe
Quebec has some pretty amazing activities that you'd never be able to find anywhere else in the world. Apart from what you can do within a major city, activties like biking the top ranking route in the world while staying within the province is one for the books.
So where can we find the next most amazing thing to do without travelling too far? Something that'll be the ultimate bucket list activity to end off summer and begin the new season. Whatever becomes the next big thing to do in Quebec has to be out-of-this-world awesome.
Luckily, Quebec is actually home to the biggest outdoor labyrinth in the world and you'll have to admit it's the coolest thing ever.
Take a roadtrip to La Pocatière to experience the cornfield maze that's equivalent in size to 128 hockey rinks! Last year the maze ranked second place to California for being largest in the world, but not to worry, this year they have definitely stepped their game up.
So far this year the maze has welcomed over 17,300 visitors interested in completing what might be the toughest challenge ever. The entire maze takes over 2 hours to complete, and that's for those who are talented in these situations. Thankfully, for those of us looking for less of a challenge, the maze is split up into three different sections that allow you test yourself in a less intense set up.
The coolest thing may be that the maze is open year round, meaning you can totally go here in the fall for the ultimate spooky cornfield vibes you've been craving. At night the maze is lit up by neon lights that follow the path, so you can still make an evening of challenging yourself with friends.
Tickets for the labyrinth are insanely cheap at only $8 for adults, $3 for kids and $5.75 if you have a valid student card with you. This is an experience that you definitely don't want to miss out on, especially since there's only one of it's kind in the entire world!
For more information on Le Grande Labyrinthe Servlinks and how to book a visit to the maze, click HERE.