The new Herzberg Elster skatepark by Yamato Living Ramps - Skateparks Ep. 13

Text and photos by Yamato Living Ramps.

The Yamato Living Ramps crew just finished a small bowl/mini/micro in Herzberg and we reached out to them to ask our usual 3 questions about their latest project.

Introduce us to the park – tell us its name, where it is, what kind of park will it be (more street-oriented, just a bowl, a plaza...), its approximate dimensions, if it’s already open to the public, that sort of stuff.

I think Herzberg (Elster) skatepark came out really nice regarding looks and surroundings of the place, despite the lack of crazy extra features and relatively moderate size of around 250m2.

Is there any feature of the park that you’re particularly happy with, that came out really nice or is really fun to skate?

On the backwalls there are a few small street features like a small wallie ledge, manny pad and bank.

Any dream trick or line you’d like to see go down in any of the park’s features or areas?

I think it's fun to ride since on this size of tranny you can try any trick imaginable without having to fear gnarly slams too much.  Would be sick to see someone transfer from tranny to steep bank.

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