Carbondale Skatepark
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City Carbondale
State Colorado
Country United States
Continent North America

WHAT: Approximately 14,000 sq ft of interconnecting bowls & hips, an over-vert clamshell and yes a full-pipe. There is one roll in that directs you straight into the over-vert clamshell and from there you have three choices: To the full-pipe, through the eyeball, or back to the 4ft, 6ft, 8ft, and 10ft sections that are seamless as you ride through them. Smooth concrete flows in all directions with all sections going to vert meeting metal coping throughout. The flat deck has a modest street area set-up that is fun to mix it up a bit with a couple of rails and a quarterpipe

GOOD: Never crowded, great to carve for the old schoolers and vert riders. Fast, fast, fast and it is possible to ride the entire park in one run. Bring lots of friends, you will need the rest in between runs.

BAD: 99% is vert so its tough for the beginners and lip trick fanatics. On the rare case of a crowd it can be hard to see other skaters in the bowls. PADS: Helmet required and enforced

ADDRESS: 215-291 Meadow Wood Dr, Carbondale, CO 81623, USA

HOW TO FIND IT: Take interstate 70 to Glenwood Springs, Go south on Hwy 82 to Carbondale, Go through Carbondale on Hwy 133 until you reach the fire station Take a left and it’s on the right at the end of the road.

Thrasher Skatepark Rating: 0 / 10
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