People navigate through a giant snow maze, even larger than a similar maze build on the same site in 2019, which was proclaimed the world's largest by Guinness World Records, in St. Adolphe, Manitoba, Canada February 19, 2021. isitors to the world's largest snow maze in Manitoba, Canada will find something unexpected as they're getting lost -- more space. REUTERS/Shannon VanRaes

People navigate through a giant snow maze, even larger than a similar maze build on the same site in 2019, which was proclaimed the world's largest by Guinness World Records, in St. Adolphe, Manitoba, Canada February 19, 2021. The larger layout and staggering the times visitors can enter the maze, are a nod to social distancing guidelines. REUTERS/Shannon VanRaes

People navigate through a giant snow maze, even larger than a similar maze build on the same site in 2019, which was proclaimed the world's largest by Guinness World Records, in St. Adolphe, Manitoba, Canada February 19, 2021. The massive labyrinth is 240 feet by 240 feet (73 meters by 73 meters) and took six weeks to build due to unusually warm weather and the expanded size. REUTERS/Shannon VanRaes

People navigate through a giant snow maze, even larger than a similar maze build on the same site in 2019, which was proclaimed the world's largest by Guinness World Records, in St. Adolphe, Manitoba, Canada February 19, 2021. For Masse, who runs a corn maze in the warmer seasons, expanding the maze was no small undertaking. REUTERS/Shannon VanRaes

People navigate through a giant snow maze, even larger than a similar maze build on the same site in 2019, which was proclaimed the world's largest by Guinness World Records, in St. Adolphe, Manitoba, Canada February 19, 2021. REUTERS/Shannon VanRaes

People navigate through a giant snow maze, even larger than a similar maze build on the same site in 2019, which was proclaimed the world's largest by Guinness World Records, in St. Adolphe, Manitoba, Canada February 19, 2021. REUTERS/Shannon VanRaes