This is an exciting thrill ride, made even more thrilling by it's incredible location at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. Perched on the edge of a cliff, with breathtaking views of Glenwood Springs and the Colorado River below, is the Cliffhanger roller coaster. Manufactured by S.D.C. this "Hurricane" model has two trains and 1,430-feet of intertwined, twisted steel coaster track. This roller coaster is also notable since it's the highest elevation (7,100 feet) roller coaster in North America.
SDC Hurricane model
2012 – Thunderbolt relocated from Celebration City and renamed.
2008-2012 – Standing but not operating (SBNO)
October 25, 2008 – Celebration City and Thunderbolt close.
2003 – Renamed and reopened as part of Celebration City
2002 – In strorage
1999-2001 – Firestorm operated at Branson USA
1999 – Originally operated in Belgium and then relocated to Branson USA (Branson, MS)
Opening date: June 15, 2012
Estimated cost: $800,000
Train has three cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall with an adult or 56 inches to ride alone
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