BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. (CBS4) – Work is currently underway to build the 12-foot tall, 20-ton blocks of snow for the annual snow sculpture contest in Breckenridge.
Volunteers jumped into metal boxes to stamp down all the snow to make sure it’s perfect for carving for the International Snow Sculpture Championships.READ MORE: Large Fire Erupts At Westminster Apartment Building; Federal Blvd. Partially Closed Wongel Estifanos Died Due To 'Multiple Operator Errors' On Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park Ride
The sculpting starts the Jan. 27 and the winners are chosen Jan. 31.
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