The world’s largest snowman has been officially certified by the Guinness World Records. The final height? A staggering 13 feet, 1 inch tall. This record was set in Maine on December 15th, 2017, and took over 100 people to create it! It is made of 450 pounds of shaved ice mixed with 200 pounds of water and 400 pounds of dry ice.
The largest snowman was built in Maine. It is 13 feet 1 inch tall, has a girth of 44 inches, and weighs approximately 1,000 pounds. The enormous creation took 100 people about six hours to build on December 15th, 2017 at the Outdoor Discovery Center in Brunswick. The previous record was set in Missouri in 2011. Missouri’s attempt measured a total height of 11 feet 7 inches and used a mere 300 pounds of ice.
A snowman is a large human-shaped figurine made of snow, often built on a large scale as a form of amusement. Many snowmen are built by children as a winter activity. Some snowmen are built by people in order to show their skill and stamina. It is possible for snowmen to interact with the environment, such as having snowball fights, building snow forts, or throwing snowballs at other snowmen.
Snowman can be classified into two groups: roadside snowman which is usually smaller than 6 feet (1.8 m) and snow sculpture which is larger than 6 feet (1.8 m). A huge snowman can be formed by piling up snowballs or packing the snow into the form of a man, woman, child, or animal.