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Largest Cardboard Fort

United States Nick Clark

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Draper, Utah, United States / July 10, 2009

Nick Clark, Russell Steed, Jeff Handy, and Bryson Frehner used 238 boxes to make a cardboard fort. The structure was 40 feet wide and 25 feet in length, with 7-foot walls and four 11-foot pillars at each corner.

The group took a combined total of 36 hours of work to complete the project.

- fort must be composed primarily of cardboard boxes
- tape and other adhesives permitted
- must follow form of current world record holder
- must provide video evidence

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