You’ll find posters of M.C. Escher’s sketches of impossible structures and buildings in almost every college dorm room. But there’s a good chance the artist also spent some time designing magnificently twisted skateparks in Mexico that just barely abide by the laws of our universe.

Thrasher Magazine recently took a road trip to Mexico and found these twisted mazes of concrete bowls, ramps, and half-pipes in Puebla City and Mexico City. You should head on down to try them out yourself before a massive wall stands in your way, but anyone other than seasoned skateboarders might find themselves with broken bones after a few laps, or somehow trapped in another dimension.

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