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"Frozen" Ice Castle Opens in Dillon

The acre-size exhibit features caves, tunnels, arches, and slides.

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Sarah Deer

In a sign that all things “Frozen” are still going strong, Dillon opened a “Frozen” ice castle to the public last week. It took ice sculptors 4,000 hours to create the structure, which features slides, tunnels, arches, caves, and towers.