The huge mound blocked a major route leading in and out of Austrey, a small village in Atherstone, Warwickshire.
Aimee Turner had to take an alternative route to work after the rubbish obstructed her commute on Monday.
The 32-year-old, who works in Loughborough, said flytipping has become so bad in the area her partner even goes litter-picking when he walks their dog.
A big pile of rubbish was dumped right in the middle of a country lane
She said: "This pile of rubbish was just dumped across the whole, entire road.
"It's a small village and this is the main way in and out, so the lane is used a lot.
"It's absolutely appalling and it's really upsetting that someone is coming into our environment and destroying it."
Aimee Turner had to take a different route to work after she encountered the pile
This pile of rubbish was just dumped across the whole, entire road
Ms Turner, who works for a charity, said mattresses, soil, plasterboard and even bits of wood were in the pile which forced her to divert from Norton Hill.
She said: "There are a lot of elderly residents in the village and often we see blue lights flashing past our window.
"It's a concern that if this keeps happening, emergency crews won't be able to get through."
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The Austrey resident claims flytipping had become a major problem
She added: "It's not even a small amount that's been dumped, there's absolutely loads. It's disgusting.
"My partner goes out litter-picking when he takes the dog out as there's so much rubbish still in the hedgerows.
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"It's just generally not a very nice thing to happen."
North Warwickshire Council have since cleared the rubbish.