The California Skateparks Snake Run Course is Twisty-Turny

By: Sarah Moore - Published: Jun 21, 2012 • References: californiaskateparks & coolhunting
The California Skateparks Snake Run course is a serpent-shaped ramp that was designed to the mimic the schoolyards and dried-up concrete pools found in Southern California that provide for optimal riding conditions to boarders.

The course stretches over 1,000 feet in length and is marked by not only peaks and valleys but also by its inclusion of several quarter pipes and jumps that are built into the design.

Located in Pennsylvania at Camp Woodward, the run mimics the sloping nature of the hills and valleys that it is built on and offers for some show-stopping performances from the expert riders who choose to try it out.

It is also quite the ride for those who choose to just cruise down it as the downhill nature of the run would certainly provide for some serious speed as one barrels down the course. Stats for Slithering Skate Ramps Trending: Older & Chilly
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