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Built by Hoots Inc. in 2011, the park is operated by the Municipality. There is no charge for use of the park.

Features:
• Drop zone with berm
• Beginner, intermediate and advanced jump sets with berm
• Log roller and rides
• Circle ladder, U-platform, micro-skinny
• Pump track

Please note that the park is unsupervised and that those who ride there do so at their own risk.

Funding for the construction of the skills park was provided by Community Futures Crowsnest Pass with contributions from local businesses and individuals.
The trailhead for the Pass Powderkeg mountain biking trail network is located at the southeast end of the skills park.
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May 8, 2018 @ 11:43am
May 8, 2018
Temporarily CLOSED for renovations. Skills Park Renovation: UROC is project managing the renovation of the Biking Skills Park located on the... view
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      • 12602 17 Ave, Blairmore, AB
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