MIDWAY, Utah (AP)   –    An otherworldly frozen kingdom has made its annual winter debut in Utah.

The Daily Herald reports Midway Ice Castles feature ice walls and tall towers that take 10,000 man hours and tons of ice and snow to create.

New additions this year include a light garden featuring ice structures with lights shown through them, ice caves, a waterfall and a maze.

The ice castles are typically open until mid-February, but unpredictable weather always makes the attraction’s closing date an unknown.