The Chilliwack Corn Maze is celebrating its 15th season and the design this year is in recognition of the RCMP's 140th anniversary.

The Chilliwack Corn Maze is seen from the sky in this aerial photo taken on Wednesday.

The Chilliwack Corn Maze is seen from the sky in this aerial photo taken on Wednesday.

The local tourist attraction is celebrating its 15th season this year and the design in the maze features a Mountie on horseback in recognition of the RCMP’s 140th anniversary and the RCMP Auxiliary Constable Program’s 50th anniversary. The maze also features the Raise a Reader program logo, which is this year’s featured charity for the maze.

The Chilliwack Corn Maze is now open until Halloween. Go to, or call 604-819-6203 for more info.

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