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Where To Skate In Scotland

You've purchased skates and taken skating lessons. Now where are you going to skate? It is not unusual to hear new skaters exclaim they can't find anywhere to skate.  Well, here's a list of 50 venues in Scotland to get you started. There are many more places which you may already know about. Tell us, and we'll add it to the list.

ABERDEEN - Duthie Park

Some pathways suitable for Beginners

EASY

Surfaces mainly good, some rough patches

EASY

ABERDEEN - Esplanade

EASY

ABERFELDY - Victoria Park

Good venue for Beginnerss, Includes Skate

EASY

AIRDRIE to BATHGATE

EASY

Surfaces mainly good, some rough patches

AIRDRIE to BATHGATE

EASY

Surfaces mainly good, some rough patches

Skate Routes

Grading skate routes can be tricky because, dependent on ability, what one skater finds easy another finds difficult. Should you be reasonably fit and capable of stopping proficiently then all the skate locations are relatively easy. If you can't stop competently you must not skate on public roads. Not sure you can handle any of this. Can't skate rough surfaces? Then take a private lesson or join group indoor classes in your area.

Feedback

We like to know what you think of the skate routes. When you have skated one, please email your comments. It helps to keep descriptions accurate and up-to-date. Found somewhere good to skate in your area with decent surfaces and mainly flat? Share it with other skaters by having it listed.

Safety First

StartSkating recommends wearing pads & helmet everytime you go skating. When skating in public areas, please give precedence to pedestrians, especially children, elderly and disabled people at all times.

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