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Hirschgarten Skatepark - Munich, Germany

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General Information

Skatepark Name
Hirschgarten Skatepark
Lights
No
Restrooms
No
Free or Pay
Free
Inside or Outside
Outside
Are Pads Required?
Yes
Riding Surface?
Concrete

Construction Info

Location

Address
Hirschgarten
Latitude
48.15
Longitude
11.51
City
Munich

10/4/2010

The Hirschgarten skatepark is the newest transition skatepark in Germany right now. It is located in the public garden called "Hirschgarten" which means deer or buck garden. It includes a big and fast flow area which is 3 - 8 feet deep, a over vert corner which is 12 feet deep, the first german fullpipe which is 17,5 feet high and closed at the end, a huge convex vert wall extension, a mini kidney bowl connected to the flow area, a speed bump in the middle, a roll in and a cloverpool with corners 6, 7 and 8,5 feet deep with a foot of vert all around, poolcoping, tiles, deathbox and stairs. The whole surface is just perfect and butter smooth.

No lights, no restrooms, no water, no skateshop, no entry fee. Pads and helmets are required. Bikes are not allowed. It is public and open all the time.

The skatepark was designed by bowl construction ag from switzerland ( www.bowl.ch ) together with locals Julian Ettel and Markus Suchanek.

- Markus S.

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User reviews

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3.3
Street Rating
 
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Tranny Rating
 
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Overall Rating
 
4.0
Really fun and unique park, some parts are a little tight and there isn't much small stuff to warm up on which can be a problem if you've just flown in. This park however is really amazing, particularly once you get used to it. The bowled full pipe, fish pool with stairs and a death box, and all of the other unique features make this a really terrific park... Unless you don't skate transition.
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Good to see some good 'crete in Europe
This place is super deep and super fast. I would recommend a helmet and maybe pads, pretty much everyone was wearing them. Hit this place up as it's sick and super near the München Hauptbahnhof!! There's also a smaller park in the Hirschgarten that's a couple quarterpipes and ledges if you wanna hit that up and warm up first.
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