Well, there it his: High above the Moselle river it is
located, the only new roller coaster in Germany for 2004. The
small Wild- und Freizeitpark Klotten (deer and amusement park)
takes its visitors by surprise with a Bobsled Coaster manufactured
by Gerstlauer company. The construction pictures already made the
ambitious enthusiasts click their tongues, but the ride offers
even more than could be expected.
The impulsive trip around the volcano takes about 60 seconds. It
is supposed to appeal to the core audience consisting of families
with small children, but it also shall lure new sections of
visitors to the park. Five single cars negotiate the track, a
sixth one can be put in late order if the ride proves successful.
The track layout is more multifaceted than ever, despite it is
only 560 meters long. The first drop is followed by some
mouse curves, then a helix leads the cars down
with increasing velocity. Next comes a speed section close to a
steep face, followed by four consecutive bunny humps
offering loads of airtime. Coastersandmore
features a "hot set" of pictures, showing test rides of
this g-force powered roller coaster.