A-MAZE-ing snow maze bigger than TEN tennis courts is the world’s largest
The world’s biggest snow maze, with dozens of winding alleys and walls made of ice two-metres thick, has returned to the ski resort of Zakopane.
The giant man-made maze, which is larger than ten tennis courts, was built by over 50 workers who needed over a month to piece together over 60,000 ice blocks and pack them with snow.
This is the fourth year that Zakopane can boast its record-breaking labyrinth, which at over 3,000 m2 comfortably beats the Arctic Glacier Ice Maze at the Buffalo Powder Keg Festival in Buffalo, New York by more than doubling its size.
In the evenings, the labyrinth is lit up with colourful illumination, creating a unique and magical atmosphere.
The maze has proved to be a big hit with visitors.
Facebook user Andrzej said “Bravo Poland! Snowlandia is amazing!”
His thoughts were shared by another Facebook user Zofia, who echoed “Beautiful, it’s so enchanting!”
The mind-boggling snow puzzle is one of the biggest attractions in the Snowlandia Winter Entertainment Park in the capital of the Tatra Mountains.
Additional attractions include the Snow Queen's Palace, a mysterious ice structure full of amazing chambers with amazing ice sculptures made by artists from Podhale and Slovakia, and a 16-metre snow castle.