Roof Icicles Come Crashing Down To The Ground With Full Force

ViralHogPublished: March 1, 2017701,130 views
Published: March 1, 2017

Occurred on February 26, 2017 / Mt. Baker Ski Area, Washington, USA

Info from Licensor: "Mt. Baker Ski Area has been getting hammered with snow this winter. So much snow that their roof heaters couldn't keep up, and caused a pile up on the roof. Poking and breaking up the overhanging snow was the only option to get it down. What happened next was crazy!"

These two guys have been thinking of a way to get the snow down from the roof of this building, and decided to poke at it. It seemed like the only option. What they didn't expect was the huge amount of snow coming down all at once, touching the branches of the trees nearby. It's a good thing no one was down below where all the ice had fallen, that could have injured someone very seriously. Luckily nothing hit the two guys who were poking at the icicles. The icicles fell with so much power that the man couldn't hold onto the object he was poking them with, it fell to the ground with the snow, so crazy!

This video was both scary and impressive! You don't see this everyday!

Check out this video of roof icicles crashing down to the ground, crazy!

Have you ever seen something like this before? Let us know in the comment section down below!

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      cdngreenwaterdiver · 31 weeks ago

      have been there and seen those icicles. Its an awesome ski hill just across the border from where i live in the outskirts of Vancouver BC, loved skiing there with my dad back in the day, awesome footage

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      YourAdumbass · 30 weeks ago

      why people who get metal roof's are idiots if they don't add the radiant heat to them .. seen so many house with stupid Pan's too.. they are suppose to be heated to prevent this.. or stick to Asphalt where this doe's not happen fool's. I built Many Energy efficient houses.. some roofers doing stand and seam STILL have no clue but to take your money for a roof that is basically..NOT complete