North West Quadrant Skate Park Albuquerque New Mexico
The North West Quadrant Skate Park is a hybrid park in New Mexico. The park is complete with tranny walls, pyramids, ledges, bumps, benches, rails, stairs and hubbas. Free, outdoor, pads optional, lit till 10 pm.
The designer is ARTIFEX Skatepark Environments Builder: Mountain West Golfscapes/California Skateparks This is a hybrid park most notable for its expansive and exaggerated shaped tranny walls. There are also a lot of remarkable street features including a pyramid, ledges, bumps, benches, rails, stairs and hubbas.
The Northwest Modular Skate Park attracts skateboarders, BMX riders, and inline skaters alike. Challenging obstacles, plenty of open space, a variety of different structures, can be intimidating to new skateboarders. The Northwest Modular park sits amidst a heat sink of asphalt and parking lots, and lacks sufficient tree coverage. Bring plenty of water if you are skating during the hotter parts of the day.
Posted from Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States.
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