Consider the following maze.
You can walk on the black lines, and your aim is to go from the green at the maze's bottom to the red on the left side. However, each time you reach an intersection of three or more black paths (spokes), you must turn 90 degrees either direction, rather than continuing straight.
Find a valid path through the maze, or prove that no such solution exists.
- It's not a lateral-thinking puzzle; the solution is not a trick.
- If you arrive at a corner, simply follow the path.
- You cannot suddenly turn around and walk the other way, but you may retrace your steps otherwise.
- It's a puzzle of my own creation, and I already have the solution.
- The missing line in the middle of the maze is intentional.