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10 Good places to go hoverboarding in Wales...

 

If you are a hoverboard owner living in Wales or visiting the area, then you’ll be pleased to know that there are countless places that are ideal for hoverboard riding. Here’s are pick of the top spots:

  1. Cardiff Bay Barrage – enjoy stunning views over the Severn Estuary and Cardiff Bay at this location, which benefits from being as flat as a pancake. There is also a designated Skate Plaza covering an area of more than 1,000 square metres. Created in a bid to reflect urban street areas, it is made of a variety of materials ranging from brick through to marble and granite. There are the normal skateboard features like steps, rails and a jump named the Beijing Gap, but there are also some gentler ramps and spaces that are idea for hoverboarding.
  2. Haverfordwest Skatepark - this free, concrete park is where you’ll find wheelchair motorcross champ Lily Rice training. It’s a good place to go hoverboarding in Wales. It’s on the banks for the River Cleddau. There are some gentle sections that are ideal for hoverboarding and it’s a great place for newbies. It’s also free to use.
  3. Caldicot Skate Park – if you are looking for a good place to go hoverboarding in South Wales, this is it. Situated on the coast, there’s plenty of flat space and gentle humps for hoverboards.
  4. Llwynderw, Swansea - this new skate park has only just been greenlit, but watch out for it. With stunning views of the ocean, this ambitious project is set to be adapted for wheelchair uses and skaters of all abilities.
  5. Llangollen Canal Walk – this 7.5 kilometre path runs between the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Llangollen, taking you past some stunning scenery.
  6. South Stack Cliffs, Anglesey – if you’re into sea birds, vast skylines and coastal views, then there is a flat path here ideal for hoverboarding, which runs from the lower car park up to the Ellins Tower.
  7. North Wales cycle path at Conwy Estuary – this traffic free cycle path between West Shore Llandudno and Conwy is 4.25 miles long – or 8.5 miles if you travel in a loop. There are a few short sections of soft sand where you’ll have to dismount, but it is well worth persevering with this route which takes you past West Shore beach, one of the quietest beaches in the area. You will also get to enjoy fabulous views of Conwy Castle, the medieval Walled Town and Conwy Mountain. Conwy Quay is a busy promenade running alongside a working harbour.
  8. The Mawwdach Trail, Dolgellau, Gwynedd – this 9-mile long trail runs along a disused railway line and there is a flat, wide surface that is perfect for hoverboarding. It takes you along the Mawddach Estuary to where the River Mawddach meets the sea.
  9. Bute Park, Cardiff – this pretty park as a wide, smooth arboretum that is totally flat and ideal for hoverboarding.
  10. Brecon Canal, Powys – enjoy the 3km of smooth, hard terrain that runs alongside the Brecon Canal. It begins at the northern basin of the canal in Brecon.