Here are a few photos I took. There is a street course that I don't have photos of...I'm an old guy so I don't venture to the street side too much. The bowl is great...it has great lines and transitions, great traction, steel coping (except the deep round bowls have pool coping). I would estimate that at the roll-in in the shallow end the pool waterfalls from 4'-6'-8'-10' with a 2' extension from a 6' section. It's great for beginner to expert skaters. (Bear in mind the depths are estimates...)
Tons of fun. I'll try to get better pics of the pool and some pics of the street section. It's all under snow at the present...
There's also a skate shop out here in Avon, CO called the Board Room with a footie ramp in its back-room. I think the dimensions are 4' tall, 12' wide, 8' transitions, masonite with steel coping. $3.00 for two hours. It's small but a great way to get your skate-jones on when the snow is deep and you need a break from Vail.
I'd rate the pool at an 8-9...rating could be higher if there were less waterfalls. But the flow from the roll-in the the deep end is great. Lots of varying line possibilities. Great backside lines for the regular footed skater.
I hope this helps a bit. - Chris