After a period of uncertainty about whether it would be allowed to open, the largest snow maze in the world welcomes customers again. It is even bigger than a similar one that opened in 2019, at the same location and was recorded as the largest in Guinness.
The snow maze, located at A Maze In Corn in St. Adolf, Manitoba, Canada, opened for the first time this year as the restrictive measures imposed to tackle coronavirus spread began to ease.
In addition to the huge maze, there are also snow sculptures, slides and long sleigh rides.
The attraction was abandoned earlier in the winter, as it was not allowed to open during the first relaxation of the restrictive measures.
Measures for the coronavirus in the labyrinth
While the maze is open, visitors are allowed in groups of up to five people, while masks are required.
Indoor heating is closed and there are no picnic tables available.
The maze also accepts bookings every two hours to limit the crowd and is expected to be open until March, depending on the weather.
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