Charlotte Hannah
November 21, 2012

World’s Biggest Pile of Leaves Looks Like the Best Time Ever (VIDEO)


Photo credit: Bangakang

Sadly, fall is coming to a close. And with the end of fall comes the end of fun fall activities, like carving pumpkins, going on hay rides and jumping into piles of leaves. Or at least, this is true for us normal folk. Fall never has to end if you have the coolest friends ever.

One group of friends in Logan, Utah, decided to make the most of the last few weeks of autumn by taking advantage of the fallen leaves that littered their city. They rented a moving van, gathered up all the leaves they could find and made a giant pile, which they believe may be the world’s biggest. Is it actually the world’s biggest pile of leaves? I don’t know. But at 17 feet high, 60 feet around and weighing 10 tons, it’s got to be a contender.

The pals then proceeded to jump off a two-storey building into the massive pile and made an awesome video of the entire endeavor.

AndPop.com called the leaf-jumping event a “dubstep party,” in reference to the video’s soundtrack, to which I say: That’s not dubstep. Where’s the drop?

Oh, wait.

Ahem.

Here’s the video: