Heated skatepark
In many cities, skateparks have become an important meeting place for people of mixed ages, not infrequently in connection with an outdoor gym or other activity areas. In summer, the trails stay dry and nice to ride, but in the fall and winter, wet leaves, puddles and snow can make them inaccessible. With the help of low-temperature district heating, it would be possible to keep the tracks in the skatepark a little heated so that snow melted away and the tracks dried up faster. This could make it possible to go outdoors in winter. Do you think such a solution would play a role in the urban environment, or are there some disadvantages that are important to keep in mind?

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