Taron

Multi-launch coaster in the themed world Mystery

A new level of riding fun

So twisted, so fast, so in the middle of it all: Taron catapults you into a ride experience that is unique in the world! Race up close through imposing rock massifs. Whiz through houses and gorges at high speed. And feel the perfect unity of coaster and theme world when Taron becomes the pulse of Klugheim - adrenaline rush included!



The Coaster-Highlights

What makes Taron so unique?


Pure thrill

Taron races hairpin through rocks and houses. These "near miss effects" are extremely close - and extremely exciting!


Complete immersion

The coaster completely merges with the themed world of Klugheim - something you can only find at Phantasialand!


"Rail Spaghetti"

Extremely winding track layout. 116 times the rails cross during the ride - world record!

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Riding fun in a class of its own

Taron combines the best and most exciting ride figures to the ultimate experience


Ride experience deluxe

Customized seats and trains provide maximum freedom and comfort


Double power

Taron has the most intense catapult launch in the world and even two of them throughout the ride


Endless riding pleasure

In its design, Taron is the longest multi-launch coaster in the world


Absolute Highspeed
Fastest multi-launch coaster in the world

Award-winning!

Experts and guests agree: Taron is unique! Numerous national and international awards have already been presented to the multi-launch coaster - including Europe's best steel roller coaster and best themed attraction!

Best roller coaster 2021!
Parkscout Audience Award (Rank 1)
Germany's best themed ride 2021!
Parkscout|Plus Expert-Award (Rank 3)
Europe's best steel coaster 2021!
Parkscout|Plus Expert-Award (Rank 1)

Discover Klugheim

Experience Taron all year round in summer as well as in Wintertraum - ride fun at up to -10°!¹

Terms of use

Guests under 1.30 m tall are not allowed to ride.

Children between 1.30 m and 1.40 m tall may only ride accompanied by an adult.

Guests over 1.40 m tall may ride unaccompanied.

 

 

¹ Please understand that temporary closures of outdoor attractions may occur in the event of extreme weather conditions.

 

INFORMATION FOR GUESTS WITH RESTRICTIONS

Terms of Use and Safety Instructions

 

Explanation of the possibility of use

"Taron" is a very fast roller coaster with many changes of direction. Here, among other things, the catapult drive causes strong jolts and sudden movements, which can result in an aggravation of back, neck and spine problems.

Individuals with circulatory conditions may experience severe dizziness and nausea on this roller coaster, individuals with heart disease may experience an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. Use of the attraction may also adversely affect pregnancy.

Holding on is necessary during the ride in order to compensate or intercept the fast and sudden movements. Passengers with casts or amputations in the upper body are at increased risk of neck and back injuries.

Use of the attraction is therefore not possible for these groups of people. However, even healthy visitors can experience tension in the neck area after using the roller coaster, as this must be strongly tensed to compensate for the rapid movement during the entire ride time.

People who suffer from severe claustrophobia may experience discomfort or even panic attacks in this attraction.

The queuing aisles are very long and some are located outdoors. Longer waits may occur on busy days. Neither the entrance nor the exit of this attraction are barrier-free and therefore cannot be accessed with a wheelchair.

Evacuation of the roller coaster takes place via three emergency exits at which the trains stop. From the emergency exits, several stairs have to be climbed in some cases to get back to station level. Persons with visual or walking impairments may experience difficulties here. According to the authors, there are no additional risks for the hearing impaired, provided they are accompanied by a hearing person who can assist with communication in an emergency. 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. Therefore, use by the walking and visually impaired is not possible. Mentally disabled persons should be responsive and accompanied.

Use is not possible for guests with epilepsy and fear of heights.

When you visit, contact the guest relations department at Kaiserplatz. 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.

Status: 02/2018
Errors and changes excepted.

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