South Fork, Colorado: Biggin The Lumberjack

Giant lumberjack, 24 feet tall, carved from a single Douglas Fir in 1987, stands in front of Biggin's (formerly The Hungry Logger) restaurant. The woodsman's name was originally Big'un.
47 Colorado 149, South Fork, CO
West side of US Hwy 160 at Vista St.
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Biggin The Lumberjack

Restaurant closed this time of year. But the lumberjack is still fun to stop for.

[Amanda, 01/24/2014]

Biggin the Logger.

Biggin The Lumberjack

At the Hungry Logger, Biggin is a 24-foot tall wooden lumberjack carved out of a 450-year-old Douglas fir. It was done by Ron McDowell in the summer of 1987.

[Christy Dauterive, 10/22/2013]

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