It is official. A snow maze built near St. Adolphe, Man. is the largest in the world. A Maze in Corn began building a labyrinth of ice and snow on their corn field in December with a view to breaking a record. The record was previously held by the Fort William Historical Park in Thunder Bay with the record of 1,696 square meters.
The largest snow maze is 2,789.11 m² (30,021 ft² 110 in²) and was created by A Maze in Corn, Inc (Canada) in St. Adolphe, Manitoba, Canada, and measured on 10 February 2019.
It took six weeks, 150 semi-truck loads of snow and 12 people working full time. The budget – 57,000 Canadian dollars (about $42,676) to pay for the labor, trucks, artificial snow, generators and fuel.
The result was a maze with walls 6.5 feet tall and 2 feet thick. It takes about 30 minutes to walk through, depending on your ability to navigate it — and your luck.
The maze is located about 10 minutes south of Winnipeg on St. Mary’s Road. The attraction will be open Thursday to Sunday until March 17, possibly longer depending on the weather.The winter version also has seasonal safety requirements, like extra exits. While things are heating up on the temperature front, that also means the snow maze’s days are numbered – at least for this season.
According to globalnews.ca