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Ice castle at Steamboat Ski Area

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A couple stands in the entrance of the ice castle located at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Walk-up tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children, and the ice castle is open from noon to 10 p.m. daily. Photo by Dan Tullos

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Outside the ice castle located at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Dan Tullos

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Pillows of ice are housed in the ice castle located at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Dan Tullos

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At the ice castle located at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Dan Tullos

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Visitors take pictures of the ice castle located at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Dan Tullos

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The ice maze in the ice castle located at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Dan Tullos

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Ice towers are illuminated at sunset in the ice castle located at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Dan Tullos

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A couple stands in the entrance of the ice castle located at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Walk-up tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children, and the ice castle is open from noon to 10 p.m. daily. Photo by Dan Tullos

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The ice bridge at the ice castle located at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Dan Tullos

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A child plays in the ice castle located at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Dan Tullos

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An ice tower at the ice castle located at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Dan Tullos

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Sunset from the ice castle at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Dan Tullos

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Ice towers loom at the ice castle located at Ski Time Square in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Dan Tullos

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Ice castle. Submitted by: Audrey Dwyer

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Ice castle. Submitted by: Audrey Dwyer

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Cory Livingood builds on the ice castle in Ski Time Square. How do you build an ice castle? With icicles, of course. Where do you get icicles for your ice castle? An icicle farm. The icicles are grown on a nearby apparatus and then built into the structure, where they continue to grow thanks to the cold weather. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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The ice castle in Ski Time Square is near completion, and builders said they hope to have it open for the public by New Year's Eve. They also said that such a creation never is finished and that they would be altering the design throughout winter. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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The Ice Castle on Ski Time Square over by the Kutuk condos. Submitted by: Audrey Dwyer

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Cory Livingood places icicles as the Ice Castle in Ski Time Square starts to take shape. Livingood, who manages the Ice Castle, said the project is starting to come alone as temperatures continue to drop. Photo by John F. Russell

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Ice castle. Submitted by: Audrey Dwyer

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