A slight twist (of sixty degrees) on the classic square maze. These mazes are drawn on isometric, or triangular, graph paper. (If you'd like some triangular graph paper for yourself, click here.) Just find the path that connects the start to the finish.
The solution is highlighted.
Here's another tip for solving no-frills mazes. One sure fire method to solve a maze is to imagine walking through the maze with one hand on the wall. By always choosing the left (or right) path at every intersection, you will eventually make your way to the finish. This, of course, may not be the fastest way to the exit, but it will work.