Take Me There: ⛄️ ⛄️ ⛄️ ⛄️ ⛄️ ⛄️ ⛄️ ⛄️ 8/10
This labyrinth is very, very cool.
In every sense of the word.
The world’s largest snow labyrinth has opened in the Southern Polish town of Zakopane, and looks like something straight out of Disney’s ‘Frozen’ movie.
Covering an area as large as 2500 square metres (probably my apartment x100), the icy play park known as ‘Snowlandia’ is offering brave visitors the chance to lose themselves (truly) in a massive maze made up of ice and snow.
Yet if you thought this was some sort of children’s activity, think again. The walls of the snow labyrinth are over 2 metres high, with some corridors over one kilometre long, making for a truly tantalising labyrinth experience. Just find your way out in time – or it might get a little cold!
From above, visitors look like mere ants within the structure, and the shots are really impressive. We are also relieved to report nobody has gotten lost for good in the snow labyrinth just yet. Phew.
All images via Snowlandia/Facebook
A must-visit for all snow lovers (and all labyrinth lovers), entry to the Snowlandia resort is approximately £3 for children and £4 for adults. Besides the maze, there’s also a snow castle and a variety of other wintery attractions.
A true Winder Wonderland.