I took a trip to Ice Castles this past weekend. It’s been a place I’ve been wanting to visit for a while.
Located in Midway, Utah (about 70 miles one way from where I am), Ice Castles is constructed using 25,000 tons of ice. This spectacular landmark is only open for about a month each year and it’s definitely a must-visit attraction for anyone visiting Utah during the winter.
Although I wasn’t there long (about 90 minutes), I managed to get a lot of pictures (which I will post later on) to capture the magnificent scenery. I hope you enjoy these which way pictures.
After Ice Castles, I decided to stop by and check out the Zermatt Resort and Spa across the street from the Ice Castles. Zermatt Resort styled after Swiss Alpine architecture. While there, I saw something very rare roaming the corridors of the resort – an Albino Peacock. At first, I thought it was an Albino turkey but it didn’t look like a turkey. It was later when I googled and learned this indeed is an Albino Peacock.