If you didn't already know, the world's largest snow maze is in Canada but it's getting even more massive this year, and Narcity spoke with the man behind it all to get the snowy details.

Clint Masse's family-owned and operated A Maze In Corn turns into a wonderland of snow every winter and it's getting a makeover right now because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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61,354 ft² new size of the snow maze this year

This snow maze is located in St. Adolphe, just south of Winnipeg and is usually open from January to March.

Typically, it's about 30,021 square feet but it will be 61,354 square feet this year according to Masse.

"We have to go bigger because of social distancing but we still made it way, way bigger," he said.

If Manitoba gives the green light for the maze to open, you'll be able to do a bunch of fun activities like going through the maze, doing a scavenger hunt, going down a huge slide, tobogganing down a snow mountain and more.

You are usually able to go on horse-drawn sleigh rides but Masse is still unsure if that will happen this year because of the pandemic.

He noted that about 400 feet of wall are built every day and as of January 7, there are still 5,000 feet left to do!

A Maze In Corn's snow maze

Price: $10 to $12

When: January to March, if COVID-19 restrictions allow

Address: 1351 MB-200, Saint Adolphe, MB

Why You Need To Go: To get lost in the world's largest snow maze, which is being made even bigger for this year so that you can keep your distance from others.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.