Rate Canada's Wonderland

Monday, June 5, 2000 5:19 PM
I will visit Canada's Wonderland as part of a trip this weekend. I don't know much about it. Anyone want to tell me which rides to hit first before the lines build up? What coasters give the greatest thrills? Thanks!

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We are the ones who wait in line for hours for a 45-second thrill, and consider it time well spent.
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Monday, June 5, 2000 6:32 PM
Well, the only really good coaster there is um like the Bat. I love Backwards. Well, Top Gun- recycled Vekoma SLC. Sky Rider- Recycled Togo. Vortex, Great Canadian Minebuster, Dragon Fyre, -decent. I like the Wilde Beast a lot great airtime combined with lateral. I have never been on The Fly or that new Cliffhanger but is one of those Huss Twister things. It is a kinda nice park, I prefer SFDL over it though. Then CP and others are better but I picked onne that is close to it in size and distance.
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Monday, June 5, 2000 6:54 PM
I really enjoyed PCW. Granted I haven't been there since 1996, I thought their rides were decent. It's no Cedar Point or PKI by far but it's a very respectable park as far as rides are concerned. I love Top Gun. People are gonna call me crazy but I thought that ride was almost as nuts as Raptor. The trenches really add something to the ridc. I also liked the Minebuster and the Bat. The others, they were good. I like the (excuse this pitiful description) pirate-ship type thing that does a complete loop. Hanging upside down is great! That ride's awesome, even tho it's got "Barf" written all over it. I wish CP would get one of these.
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aIrtIme'S ovErRaTed..
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Wednesday, June 7, 2000 8:31 AM
SFKK also had a "pirate-ship type thing that does a complete loop" before it was a Six Flags. That ride was yet another victim of the Six Flags takeover.

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We are the ones who wait in line for hours for a 45-second thrill, and consider it time well spent.
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Wednesday, June 7, 2000 9:06 AM
Wait a sec weren't those "pirate-ship type thing that does a complete loop' (which incidentally are generically known as "Looping Starships") first introduced at Six Flags Parks? I know SFGAm has had one (Power Dive) since either '86 or '87. SFoG also has one (Z-Force). I also thought that SFMM had one too though I coulds be wrond about that one.
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Wednesday, June 7, 2000 6:30 PM
I don't know, but there is no longer one at SFKK. I liked it too! :(

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We are the ones who wait in line for hours for a 45-second thrill, and consider it time well spent.
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