Clint Masse, a Canadian, has been awarded Guinness World Record for creating the world’s largest snow maze


A-MAZE-ING: Clint Masse, a Canadian, has been awarded Guinness World Record for creating the world’s largest snow maze. It took him six weeks, 150 semi-truck loads of snow and 12 people working full time to build the maze which stretches to 2,789.11 square metres in St Adolphe, Manitoba. It cost him US$42,676 (₹29,94,702) for the labour, trucks, artificial snow, generators and fuel to build the maze with walls 6.5ft tall and 2ft thick. It takes about 30 minutes to walk through and has fire pits to keep people warm