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Beardmore, Ontario, Canada: 35-Foot-Tall Snowman

Built of white wood, with an information kiosk in his corpulent belly. He wears a hat and sunglasses. Beardmore claims to be Snow Capital of the World.

Rothwell St., Beardmore, ON, Canada
South side of town on the east side of Hwy 11/Rothwell St.
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World's Largest Snowman

The world's largest snowman is outfitted with sunglasses and and a fishing rod in the summer. A must-have photo op for your collection of tacky tourist attractions.

[Hank, 09/10/2012]

Although not made of snow -- which would melt in summer even in Canada -- the snowman merits his title; he's 35 feet tall. In the winter, his sunglasses and fishing rod are replaced with a scarf and curling broom. July 2018: Photo added.


The large smiling snowman with a black top hat and broom are located on the south side of Beardmore, Ontario. It is about 30 ft. high.

[Shane Delaney, 11/16/2003]

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