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Freeze frames: Photos from the Dillon Ice Castles opening night

Photos by Hugh Carey | hcarey@summitdaily.com

With 25 million pounds of ice grown, harvested and built by the artisans since November, the Ice Castles came to life to the public a week earlier on winter solstice at the Dillon Town Park. Out of six cities in North America with the Utah-based company, the Dillon location was the first to open for the 2018-19 season. See more photos of the acre-sized winter playground on SummitDaily.com.


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