Now featuring a theme based on the Disney-Pixar animated film Incredibles and a new name Incrediocoaster. This iconic attraction at Disney California Adventure Park is part of the reimagined Pixar Pier land.
Originally called California Screamin' this large roller coaster provided 360-degree thrills for park guests as Disney's first stateside looping coaster. "We knew we wanted a big backdrop to the park," says Imagineer and Paradise Pier designer, Tim Delaney. "And the coaster was perfect. It's about 1,000 feet across as your eye scans it from a distance."
Set on the southernmost side of the huge four-acre Paradise Pier lagoon, California Screamin' now Incrediocoaster, was designed to mirror the wooden look of coasters of yesteryear but with 21st-century technology. This is no clickety-clack type of attraction. With more than 6,000 feet of track, the four-minute ride is the world's longest steel looping roller coaster.
Launch: zero to 55 mph in 4 seconds
Inversions: Vertical Loop
Features: Each trains has an on-board audio soundtrack. LIM powered lift hills
California Screamin' was designed to operate with up to six trains on the circuit. However, due blocking issues the ride has never operated publicly with more than five trains.
Two of the trains (green color) only accommodate 23 passengers for ADA accessibility.
January 8, 2018 – Attracion closes for theme change, and California Screamin' name retired.
June 23, 2018 – Reopens with new name Incrediocoaster and theme based on the Disney-Pixar animated film Incredibles. New onboard audio sountrack, updated queue, station re-theme and ride show and effect upgrades debut.
Opening date: February 8, 2001
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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