It's a winter wonderland in midwestern Ontario where streets and highways are lined with snowbanks taller than the average man.

That includes an 11 foot high mass of snow over Bruce County Road 1, just south of Paisley.

It's not just high, it also stretches for half a kilometre.

The snowbanks is also the reason the road was among the last to reopen following the last storm.

The snowbank has become something of a tourist attraction, with people stopping to show that they survived the winter of 2013-14.

Neighbours like Mary Helen Campbell say they've seen this snowbank even higher.

"It's been quite a few years but we've had a year when we had to been blown out from both ends. Yes, that was quite a year."

"They'll get blown in and they blow the snow to the other side but there's more to get blown back in. It never stops," chuckles Campbell.