Sometimes high above the water, sometimes deep in the canyons, Colorado Adventure rushes through the mines - and makes big and small daredevils happy! Rush into dark tunnels, feel the big tingle in fast-paced steep curves and enjoy fun and action with the whole family in a world full of adventure!
This is what makes Colorado Adventure so unique
Fully themed With the mine train through craggy rocks and dark canyons - here the family experience becomes a real mining adventure!
Down the mine Suddenly it's pitch black! Just under the open sky, the coaster races through a pitch-black mine shaft ...
Endless riding fun The exciting ride on the mine train lasts almost three minutes - over a distance of a whopping 1,280 meters!
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Aim high Three lifthills pull Colorado Adventure up again and again, at the highest point even to 26 meters high!
Heartbeat Finale For the grand finale, it goes through a rapid 720° helix just above the water - positive G-forces and wild heart palpitations guaranteed!
Insider's tip Airtime fans should experience the ride in the back seats - and feel truly weightless amid massive mountains!
Experience Colorado Adventure all year round in summer as well as in Wintertraum - riding fun at up to -5°!¹
Guests under 1.00 m in height are not allowed to ride.
Children between 1.00 m and 1.20 m tall may only ride accompanied by an adult.
Guests over 1.20 m of height may ride unaccompanied.
¹Please understand that temporary closures of outdoor attractions may occur in the event of extreme weather conditions.
INFORMATION FOR GUESTS WITH RESTRICTIONS
Explanation of the possibility of use
The roller coaster "Colorado Adventure" is characterized by a fast-paced ride with rapid changes of direction. This involves strong jolts and jerky movements, which can cause aggravation of back, neck and spine problems. Individuals with circulatory conditions may experience severe dizziness and nausea on this roller coaster, and those with heart conditions may experience an increased risk of heart attack or stroke. Use of the attraction may also have a negative impact on pregnancy. Therefore, the use of the attraction is not possible for these groups of people.
It is necessary to hold on with at least one hand during the ride in order to compensate for or absorb the rapid and jerky movements. Persons with plaster casts or amputations in the upper body area are at increased risk of neck and back injuries.
People who suffer from fear of the dark and claustrophobia may experience discomfort or even panic attacks in this attraction.
Access is via several staircases. The exit is also not barrier-free and thus cannot be used by wheelchair users. In the event of an evacuation, the trains stop at the nearest stopping points, from which visitors can descend via narrow stairs. In some cases, the escape route also leads over an uneven gravel bed. Persons with walking or visual impairments may experience difficulties here. Use of the attraction is therefore not possible for these groups of people.
For persons with hearing impairments, there are no additional hazards in an emergency or normal situation, provided they are accompanied by a hearing person who can assist with communication. Evacuation outside the offloading points is very unlikely, but cannot be ruled out. Such an evacuation poses an increased risk, especially to physically and mentally disabled persons. For this reason, guests with mental disabilities may only travel accompanied.
Use is not possible for persons with epilepsy, fear of heights, fear of the dark and fear of space.
Contact the guest relations service at Kaiserplatz during your visit. There you will be informed in detail about the factors of use and receive the corresponding "Use and Waiver Agreement", which must be filled out, signed and countersigned on site with your personal data.
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