Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Poland Just Created Snowlandia, The World’s Largest Snow Labyrinth.

Do you love playing games in the snow? How about labyrinths? Love those? Well, what if we told you that there was a place where you can enjoy both. Well, Poland came up with an idea that combines both elements. So think of it as the green labyrinth of Versailles, except it's all made up of white snow. Tourists and locals visiting the Snowlandia Zakopane park get to experience quite possibly one of the largest labyrinths on Earth. People are going nuts trying to get into this maze just so they can get totally lost in the icy stretches of this labyrinth of over 2,500 square meters.

If you're ever in Zakopane, Poland, make sure and visit the Snowlandia Zakopane Park.

Make sure to bring a jacket and maybe a compass or a GPS tracker cause once you walk into the humongous labyrinth, you'll be spending a lot of time trying to figure how the heck you can get out of here.

If you're ever in Zakopane, Poland, make sure and visit the Snowlandia Zakopane Park.

You'll be surrounded by walls that are over 2 meters high and are made of ice and snow.

From a bird's eye view it looks positively beautiful. But then again, you're not the one trapped like a rat in a maze trying to figure your way out of this seemingly endless labyrinth that's fun for kids and adults.

You'll be surrounded by walls that are over 2 meters high and are made of ice and snow.

It's definitely not for anyone with claustrophobia as things can get a bit crowded in the maze.

Maybe you can form a chain, or forge an alliance with total strangers to see if together you can find a way out of this chilly labyrinth. Come to think of it, it's a great to make new friends or find someone special.

It's definitely not for anyone with claustrophobia as things can get a bit crowded in the maze.

If you really want to get totally lost, then this maze in Snowlandia will definitely do the trick.

This collection of paths will bobble your mind as you try to walk or stumble through simple, non-branching patterns that may or may not lead to a way out. At the very least it might improve your sense of direction.

If you really want to get totally lost, then this maze in Snowlandia will definitely do the trick.

Whatever you do, don't be in such a hurry to try and find your way through and out of the maze.

Remember that half the fun about mazes is getting lost. One you ultimately conquer this challenging labyrinth you'll feel so accomplished. Who knows? You might be tempted to give it another try once you're done.

Whatever you do, don't be in such a hurry to try and find your way through and out of the maze.

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