Hades 360 is Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park's record breaking wooden roller coaster and the first one designed and built by the The Gravity Group. Hades is 136-feet tall and features a 140-foot drop at a record breaking 65-degree angle. The total elevation difference during the entire course of the ride is 160 feet. In addition, this wooden coaster has two underground tunnels, one of which is the world's longest tunnel on a roller coaster. And Hades also has an extreme 90-degree banked turn while underground, in complete darkness, another first for a wooden coaster.
In 2013 The Gravity Group returned to reconfigure a section of Hades' track that resided in a parking lot. To up the thrills, a "Corkscrew" inversion and a 110-degree overbanked turn was added.
|The Gravity Group, LLC
Features: Two underground tunnels, one of which is the longest in the world on a roller coaster and features a 90-degree turn.
2013 – Reconfigured & renamed– A section of track in the parking lot was rebuilt to include an inversion and 110° overbanked turn. The original five car, two bench Philadelphia Toboggan Company train is replaced. Hades was renamed Hades 360.
Opening date: May 14, 2005
Train has twelve cars with one row each, seating two abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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