Feb. 24 (UPI) -- A Canadian snow maze that was certified as the world's largest by Guinness World Records is now almost twice as large to allow for social distancing, the owners said.
The snow maze, at outdoor entertainment venue A Maze in Corn in St. Adolphe, Manitoba, was certified as the world's largest in 2019, when it covered an area of 30,021 square feet and 110 square inches.
Angie Masse, co-owner of A Maze in Corn, said this year's snow maze covers an area of about 57,600 square feet to allow for social distancing.
"With COVID and everything, we wanted to make it bigger. And so this year, it's about 91% bigger than the world's largest title that we hold now," Masse told Global News.
Masse said the maze took about six weeks to build.