Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup Win Honored With Illinois Corn Maze (Photo)

It looks like Illinois has some Chicago Blackhawks-obsessed extraterrestrials.

Just kidding, but there is an awesome corn maze honoring the team’s latest Stanley Cup championship.

Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove, Ill., announced Monday that this year’s corn maze would be a tribute to the hometown hockey team. The maze, which the farm claims is “the world’s largest and most intricate,” has 11 miles of trails and five different mazes through 33 acres of live corn.

“We got permission from the Blackhawks to use their logo,” owner George Richardson told WLS-TV 7 Chicago. “The result is a bold design with the Blackhawks logo in the center and the Chicago skyline in the background, flanked by two hockey players and the word ‘Champions.'”

Chicago Blackhawks corn maze

The maze opens Aug. 30 and will remain open through Nov. 2, which should give people plenty of time to get out of the hardest section, which is nearly four miles long.

Photo via Twitter/@ABC7Chicago

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