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Evionnaz Adventure Labyrinth

Evionnaz, Switzerland

World's largest permanent maze made of 18,000 conifers. 


Spanning 3 kilometers, the Evionnaz Adventure Labyrinth is either an amazing thrill or your worst nightmare.

Aimed at people of all ages, the maze boasts obstacles, challenges and hidden treasures, all themed to acquaint the visitor with the surrounding towns and villages in this region of Switzerland. Made from 18,000 Thuja conifers, it is the world’s largest natural maze.

Depending on the season, the park offers various themes such as Halloween, in which the maze is replete with goblins, pumpkins and monsters.In 1998 they welcomed 6,500 people on Halloween alone.

Of course what maze complex would be complete without enormous 30m slides and 6,524m of hurdles? The park also has a trampoline, a climbing wall, miniature golf and numerous other activities. Fancy riding a penny farthing, anyone?

Know Before You Go

The maze can be accessed by car or train. It is a five minute walk from the Evionnaz train station. By car: 4.5 km from the exit St-Maurice direction of Martigny, do not enter into the village of Evionnaz. Follow the canton road until the roundabout. The park is indicated through signs there.

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