Gigantic 2,789-square meter snow maze that took 12 workers three weeks to build in -30F temperatures in Canada officially breaks the record for the biggest in the world | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Gigantic 2,789-square meter snow maze that took 12 workers three weeks to build in -30F temperatures in Canada officially breaks the record for the biggest in the world

A Canadian man has broken the world record for the largest snow maze on Earth - with the help of 300 semi-trucks and just over 4000 tonnes of man-made powder.

Clint Masse's incredible creation measured in at a staggering 2,789.114 square meters when the Guinness World Records visited Manitoba, in Canada last month. It eclipsed the previous record by over 1000 sq ft.

Masse has been crafting corn mazes on his farm in St. Adolphe for two decades, but after a difficult harvest last year, the father of two came up with a unorthodox idea to turn his family's fortunes around.

'In October 2018, we had some of the worst weather we've ever had,' Masse told Dailymail.com. 'Then one of our staff showed us the current Guinness World Record for a snow maze, and we thought about it and said: "You know, it's going to be a tonne of work - but it's doable."'

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