QUEBEC – Montreal - Parc Arthur Therrien

GPS: 45.46496, -73.56222

3750 Boulevard Gaétan Laberge, Verdun, QC

Type: Concrete

Parking: Yes

Park Lights: Yes

For a long time now Quebec has had a skate park problem. Instead of investing into proper builds and concrete setups, many areas opted to go with small pre-fabricated options, giving the province far fewer park options than many other provinces. Enter the new skate park built in Montreal’s Parc Arthur-Therrien and it blows the doors off of previous designs. This park is fun and incredible in so many ways. If you find yourself in the Montreal area this should be at the top of your must session list. Offering a creative approach to building street styled obstacles by literally rebuilding the streets in the park. The park is constructed around the layout of a street, complete with sidewalks, intersections, fire hydrants, street lights and cross walks, with the streets forming real park flat bank pyramids. Mix in a couple different sections with transition, large flat bank hips, stepped quarter extensions, this park has too many fun features to list. Check the video for full layout.

Located just south of downtown Montreal in Verdun’s Parc Arthur-Therrien, the park can be accessed off of Boulevard Gaétan Laberge. There are two parking lots accessible off of Boulevard Gaétan Laberge, on both sides of the skate park.


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Session Atlas - Quebec - Montreal Parc Arthur-Therrien

Feature Finder Key: plaza, wedge, pyramid, hip, block ledge, stepped quarter, transition, real street, sidewalk, fire hydrant, satellite dish, manny pad, many pad, driveway gap, street gap