How the snow maze in Canada is formed?

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Saddiya  Anwar asked 28-Feb-2020 in Q&A categories by Saddiya Anwar

How the snow maze in Canada is formed?

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Saddiya  Anwar answered 28-Feb-2020 by Saddiya Anwar

How the snow maze in Canada is formed?

World record breaker a snow labyrinth in the frigid, windswept prairies of Western Canada is 2,789.11m square (30,021 ft sq 110 in sq) and was created by A Maze in Corn, Inc (Canada) in St. Adolphe, Manitoba, Canada, and measured on 10th of February 2019. 

According to the Guinness World Records, the whopping 2,789.11 square metres ( 30,0021.73 square feet) or terrain dwarfs the previous Canadian record holder at the Fort William Historical Park in Thunder Bay, Ontario. 

Weeks of planning, tens of thousands of dollars and 370 truckloads of snow to supplement the relatively thin powder on their snowfields required the building of the snow maze by a Canadian.