Introducing our first ever Frost River puzzle designed by the one and only, Rick Kollath. Rick has been illustrating for Frost River since the beginning!


This puzzle was featured at the Duluth Puzzle Derby this year. What is a Puzzle Derby you ask? Puzzlers get together and have a timed competition to see who can complete the puzzle the fastest.  There are two different heats in the day and teams of 2, 3, or 4 people.

Whether you are working to complete this puzzle in 45 minutes or over the course of a few days, the fun twisty shaped pieces will keep it interesting to the very end.

This made in the USA.

Features & Specifications

SIZE: 500 piece puzzle is 18" x 24" when finished.


When you invest in a Frost River made-in-the USA item, you’re not just getting gear that’s handcrafted and locally-made, you’re getting a piece made with intent. 
  • Lifetime Guarantee and robust repair program to keep your Frost River gear going for years to come.
  • Premium Materials sourced from businesses that have sustainability in mind.
  • Solar-Powered Manufacturing facility allowing us to craft Frost River goods with clean, renewable energy.
  • Investments in Technology that ensure the highest yield of our materials is consumed.
  • Made in USA

  • 30 - Day return

  • Secured payment

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  • Made In USA

    Duluth, Minnesota

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    Build to Last

  • Handcrafted

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    Raw Reliability

SIZE: 500 piece puzzle is 18" x 24" when finished.



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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Rex Buchanan
Wonderful Puzzle

Look forward another, framing this one!

Joshua W.
Great puzzle!

I love the artwork. The puzzle was challenging , but not so much to the point that it isn’t approachable by all experience levels. I had a great time putting it together. I am planning to frame it and hang it up for display.