The Magic Mountain in California is an open field for thrill and excitement. The park's sixteen roller coasters bend the knees of the most fearless rides, who think that they have enough experience. The Goldrusher is the first roller coaster, opened in the Magic Mountain in California in 1971. Themed like a runaway mine train, the Goldrusher races passengers through spectacular hillsides and under the Log Jammer chute and waterfalls.
The Magic Mountain has the largest in the world looping roller coaster, named the Viper and rising one hundred and eighty eight feet high in the air. The Viper has the world's tallest vertical loop at one hundred and forty feet and loops at ninety feet, sixty two feet and a forty-foot-tall corkscrew. Scared to death riders turn upside down seven times and change elevation sixteen times during the ride.
X is the world's first and only fourth dimensional thrill. The ride plummets passengers from a two hundred-feet high drop to the ground and has prototype vehicles that spin three hundred and sixty degrees forward and backward unexpectedly for riders, leaving them actually speechless.
The Riddler's Revenge is the world's tallest and fastest stand-up roller coaster, proudly operated at the Magic Mountain. Only imagine what passengers can feel, experiencing one three hundred and sixty-degree vertical loop, one three hundred and sixty- degree oblique loop, two over-the-top diving loops and two one hundred and fifty-foot-long barrel rolls. In addition, riders stand, not sit, as they race at sixty five meters per hour head-over-heels along four thousand three hundred and seventy feet of twisting, looping on the inverted steel track.
Here is the fastest among the fastest and the giant among the tallest, Goliath. Towering two hundred and fifty five-feet in the air, the ride has almost a vertical sixty one-degree first drop into a one hundred and twenty-foot-long underground tunnel, rushing with the speed of eighty five miles per hour. In addition to the threatening long and dark tunnel, the riders experience heart stopping plunges, giant sweeping spirals, breathtaking hills and drops.
The Deja Vu is an excellent roller coaster that features a state-of-the-art thrill ride technology, a ninety-degree first drop, a one hundred and ten-foot high butterfly turn, and a one hundred and two-foot high vertical loop. The riders experience a true deja vu of flying like birds in the sky.
The Magic Mountain also has the Colossus, the tallest and fastest wooden coaster in the West. The ride features fourteen "butterflies in your stomach" hills, the tallest drop height of one hundred and fifteen feet and the second drop of one hundred and five feet. All the drops and hills are done at sixty two miles-per-hour to bend the knees of the most advanced riders.
The Batman The Ride is a very peculiar construction at the Magic Mountain, which combines a state-of-the-art thrill ride technology with the Batman movie magic. This is a suspended looping coaster with two vertical loops (77 feet and 88 feet tall), two single corkscrews (each 40 feet long) and a spin with a zero gravity force.
The Ninja is a tender ride, but still gives an unparallel riding experience, as its trains swing freely from side-to-side a total of one hundred and eighty-degrees through high-speed spirals and sharp turns.
A general admission for the Magic Mountain is fifty five dollars and ninety nine cents for adults, twenty nine dollars and ninety nine cents for children, children (aged two and under) have a free admission. Discount tickets at twenty nine dollars and ninety nine cents and annual passes at fifty nine dollars and ninety nine cents are available online.