Each year Quebec city literally builds a hotel out of snow and ice. Over 35,000 people have stayed at the ice hotel since it first opened on New Year’s day in 2001. In addition to over 30 guest-rooms, there is an ice cathedral for couples wanting to get married, an ice climbing wall, an ice slide, a bar that serves drinks in ice glasses, a grand hall, indoor heated bathrooms and outdoor hot tubs. The impressive structure takes over a month to build with 50 workers!
These folks from Grand Falls, New Brunswick in Canada set out to break the world record for world’s largest igloo. At over 30 feet in diameter and 17 feet tall, they succeeded in their mission!
Here’s another giant igloo built by some friends in Brown County, Wisconson, USA.