Highvalley Skateworld is one of Europe’s largest skateparks. It covers an area similar to a football/soccer field, and has three connected bowl/park parts, one freestyle area and a +100 yard ditch, styled after the drainage ditches in Los Angeles.
The Bowlstock bowl competition will be held in the middle (vert parts) and bottom sections (with cradle), which are connected with an oververt, angled halfpipe.
Here are some pictures and links to videos from Highvalley Skateworld. The park is close to Högdalen Subway station, 15 minutes from Stockholm Central Station (also known as T-Central) by Subway)
Parking. The parking at the skatepark will be filled with sponsor and crew cars, so the nearest free parking is in Högdalen Centrum, about 500 meters away (5 minute walk). The parking is located up in the Centrum area, and is free for 2 hours. You will have to go up every 2 hours to reset a time indicator. There might also be other free parking spaces around the Centrum. Here is a map link:
Hivalley / Högdalen C on Google maps
A view of the middle and bottom bowl areas, where Bowlstock will take place.
Tony Magnusson, T-Mag was here! T-Mag is +50, a pro skater, and still ripping with the best bowl skaters in the world, living in San Diego, CA.