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Overview: How a Mind-Blowing World of Ice Gets Made

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It’s a mile long, a 150 feet high, and covered in the most spectacular ice falls anyone has ever seen. And it’s all human made. The Ouray Ice Park is the world’s premiere location for ice climbing and attracts visitors from around the world. Nobody has ever attempted to create anything on this scale. How do they do it? Part of the "Overview" series.

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