Buffalo Sets World Record for Largest Ice Maze

All it took was fifty volunteers in Buffalo, NY to construct the world's largest ice maze for the 2010 Buffalo Powder Keg Winter Festival. Measuring 12,855.68 square feet, the new Guinness World Record maze features glowing blue lights and a giant Buffalo (the animal) at its center. 

It breaks the old world record for an ice maze set in 2005 when the Pontiac Ice Maze was constructed during a Toronto festival using 1,940 blocks of ice and measuring 8,280 square feet.

It also was done at a fraction of the cost.

When organizers of the Buffalo festival decided to go for the record, they found out the Toronto maze cost more than $300,000.

But Buffalo was able to pull of the feat thanks to donations and volunteers.

http://www.buffalonews.com/2010/02/26/970357/its-official-downtown-ice-maze.html - via slyoyster

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