The Legend is Holiday World & Splashin' Safari's second world-class, wooden roller coaster. This relentless, intense roller coaster is known for its terrifying speed, extreme lateral forces, and massive airtime as it screams through the woods surrounding the theme park. The Legend features four tunnels, including one underground, a series of drops, a double helix, and multiple crossovers. This roller coaster also marks Custom Coasters' debut of a spiral feature where the radius varies throughout the drop, providing riders with more of constant lateral (sideways) push than a traditional curving drop. It's no wonder why coaster enthusiasts consistently rate The Legend as one of the top wooden coasters in the world.
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The world's first spiral drop.
2002 – The original Gerstauler train is replaced with two trains from Philadelphia Toboggan Company. A transfer track is added to the circuit to accomodate the now two-train operation train.
Original ride capacity: 550 passengers per hour
Opening date: May 6, 2000
Estimated cost: $3 million
Train has six cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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