Los Festivales

Although it is not a large park area, Los Festivales is a very important one. It is the area that you encounter when you first enter the park. Brilliantly themed, the area features more buildings with shops and restaurants than rides.

Roller Coasters

Boomerang: Coast to Coaster

This coaster takes riders up a lift backwards, then lets them travel through 3 loops then up another lift, only to fall again and travel through the course backwards.

Slowly, you are towed up Boomerang’s 125 foot tall lift and you start to see the twisted inversions you are about to take on. Once at the top, you are suddenly dropped into three fast-paced and surprisingly smooth inversions. You stop to take a breath while you go up its second 125 foot tall lift when you realize you are about to do it all over again. But this time there’s a twist, you get to do it backwards!

Statistics

  • Status: Operational
  • Type: Roller Coaster
  • Manufacturer: Vekoma
  • Model: Boomerang
  • Opened: March 13, 1999
  • Length: 875ft.
  • Height: 125ft.
  • Inversions: 6 (F&B;)
  • Speed: 48mph.
  • Duration: 1: 48
  • PPH: 900
  • Requirements: Min Height 48″

Goliath

Another one of Bolliger & Mabillard creations that treats riders to a 10 story drop and to 5 inversions, all while riders are suspended freely below the track.

Experience Goliath: An intense suspended roller coaster designed by Bolliger & Mabillard. Riders are taken up the 10 story lift before they begin their descent into 5 inversions and sharp hairpin turns. But as if that wasn’t enough, the trains are suspended below the track, much like a chairlift, and riders feet hang freely in the air.

Statistics

  • Status: Operational
  • Type: Roller Coaster
  • Manufacturer: Bolliger & Mabillard
  • Model: Inverted Coaster
  • Opened: April 18, 2008
  • Length: 2693′
  • Height: 105′
  • G-Force: 4
  • Inversions: 5
  • Speed: 50 mph
  • Duration: 2: 00
  • Other: 7 cars per train
  • Requirements: Min Height 54″