A snow maze located just south of Winnipeg, Manitoba, has officially been declared the largest snow maze in the world.
Most parts of the world view snow as a hassle, and in some places, it falls more often than others. Despite global warming forcing weather patterns to become increasingly crazier, there are still some parts of the world that are never subject to snowfall. If you do live somewhere that it snows a lot, you can either embrace and enjoy it, or hate it and stay shut in when it falls.
We prefer to embrace and enjoy it, no matter how cold it might get. Sledding down hills, building snowmen, snowball fights; there really is a lot to love about snow if you just let yourself love it. Plus, as we touched upon above with the onset of climate change, you had better get used to it as we seem to be getting more than we have for a while in places that aren't used to it.
One thing that has never crossed our minds is to build a maze out of snow. That's probably based on how terrible our snowmen tend to look. If you live in Canada and you're in the maze business though, why not give it a go? That's what Clint Masse of A Maze In Corn decided to do this winter. In fact, he went above and beyond anything anyone in the snow maze business has ever done before.
His snow maze is officially the biggest the world has ever seen -Guinness World Records has confirmed that, reports Global News.
"The largest snow maze is 2,789.11 m² (30,021 ft² 110 in²) and was created by A Maze in Corn, Inc," Guinness declared.
If you want to pay the record-breaking maze a visit though, you had better be quick about it.
As you might have already guessed, when it's not snowing, Masse is in the business of corn mazes. Once the snow melts away, the snow maze will go with it and normal service will be resumed. It is estimated that the maze is about two weeks away from melting away. You never know though; considering the success he has had this year, perhaps Masse will have a crack at building an even bigger snow maze next winter.