Verger Labonte

This massive corn maze might be the largest in Canada

The Verber Labonte corn maze is a super-sized labyrinth in the Saint Lawrence Valley, just outside of Montreal.

Every August, the fields of Verger Labonte play host to a huge time travel themed maze and this year is no exception.

Named "Chronilogik", the labyrinth tasks visitors with a mission of saving the future as they traverse through winding trails. 

There are three different routes which people can choose from including the biggest and most difficult path dubbed "The Orchard with the Imperfect Future," which takes from 90 minutes to two hours to complete. 

Each year, the epic corn maze invites guests to take on a different themed maze. 

Verger Labonté is located a short 20-minute drive from Montreal and the farm is officially open for the summer and fall season.

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