BRECKENRIDGE — A huge wooden troll has found a new home in a Colorado ski town.

The Summit Daily reports that the troll has been relocated to a location behind an ice arena in the south end of Breckenridge. The troll's creator, Danish artist Thomas Dambo, visited the location Friday to affix a heart-shaped stone to the troll's wooden body.

It was originally assembled beside a trail last summer for a festival, but it was so popular with visitors that nearby homeowners complained about the crowds. It was taken down in November.

The giant wooden Breckenridge troll is coming back thanks to a committee and months of meetings

The troll, named Isak Heartstone, stands 15 feet (4.5 meters) high.

The site is not open to the public yet. The town is building a trail and surrounding amenities, which are expected to open by early June.

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