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The bunk bed park gets challengers on the other side of the bridge

Stapelbäddsparken in Malmö has for more than a decade been an obvious destination for snowboarders from both sides of the Sound, but soon a Danish challenger worth the name will be ready. In Høje-Taastrup, a new area is currently emerging near the train station. There will be green areas, playgrounds, a kissing bench and the world’s longest skate park.

– I hope that it will gather people who can skateboard, scooter and roller skates. This will be a gathering point for everyone, says Lars Bloch, CEO of Høje-Taastrup C.

Long working days

Balder Lehmann is the construction manager and skates himself. He believes that it is a time-consuming project they have embarked on.

– Many traditional craftsmen want to go home at two o’clock but we sometimes have to stay until the evening to get to the finish which should be completely smooth, he says.

The park is expected to be completed in November this year and Balder Lehmann expects visits from many skateboarders from all over the world.

– I am sure that there will be people from all over Denmark, but also from other countries, who want to try this course. It is unique and not something you see in skating environments around Europe.

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