As far as roller coasters go, there are beasts, there are giants, and then there is Goliath. Find out why bigger is better on this intense 70 mile-per-hour body-blaster that is not for the timid.
Any coaster that reaches 200 feet in the sky earns the title of hypercoaster. It’s a rare breed that will take you straight to the sky. Once you get to the top of that first insane hill, you’ll waste no time in careening right back down a mind-numbing 170 feet.
Then you’ll pop over the enormous drop like it was nothing, on your way to an even steeper 175-foot drop. In case you can’t tell yet, everything on a hypercoaster is super-sized. Another 12-story drop is waiting for you, then a barrelling race up and down a 540-degree spiral that will make you feel about a thousand feet tall. You’ll bank hard over sharp turns and stomp up and down mega-hills.
How do a whopping 4 Gs sound? Because that’s what you’ll get on this mega-monster. You’re standing tall among the giants now.