Hundreds showed up Friday at a Pennsylvania event to watch people sled—on cardboard.
The Jack Frost Ski Area in Carbon County, Pennsylvania hosted an annual event called the “Cardboard Classic.”
Spectators lined the snow tube chutes to watch this year's line-up of creative and elaborate sleds make their way down the slope.
Not only is it wildly entertaining, but it's also an enormous boost for the local economy.
For six years, a local radio show has coordinated the event.
The cardboard creations are all recycled.