AN amazing maze has opened - made out of maize.
More than 15,000 visitors are expected to stomp to the site on a farm at Cawthorne.
They'll have the fun of finding their way round the route cut in the shape of a cow.
The attraction at the village's Jowett House Farm is set to provide summer holiday fun.
The nine-foot high maize puzzle is sponsored by Cravendale fresh milk and is taking the shape of the dairy firm's cow emblem.
The two-mile long puzzle takes about an hour and a half to complete.
Brian Beattie, Cravendale brand manager, said: "The Cravendale maze is a fantastic way to keep families entertained over the school holidays and gives parents the opportunity to enjoy a bit of nature with their kids.
"The maze will also serve the purpose of feeding the farm's 140-strong herd of cows as it is cut down after the last visitors have worked their way through its paths at the end of September."
Traditional games are also on offer at the site, including noughts and crosses and hoopla.
Visitors can also enter a competition to win a year's supply of milk.
Adults will be charged £3.50 if they want to take the challenge of completing the maze while the admission price for children and OAPs is £2.50. A family ticket - two adults and three children- is £12.
The maze is open daily until September 2 and at weekends only until the end of September.
Jowett House Farm is next to Cannon Hall Country Park, just off the A635 near Barnsley.