Yeah... I'm really looking forward to Untamed. In the summer, I took my first ever trip to Canobie where I could actually ride all the coasters (I went to Canobie on an earlier occasion, but didn't ride squat). I had a very good time, and I cannot wait to have another when Untamed opens this summer!
Also, an old (new) set of photos, which means the coaster is being fabricated!:
...and another one. Assuming it's already been tested, all they have to do is paint the track green, then they can ship it over!
Half of my posts on here are of me talking about roller coasters, but without me actually having rode them. I hate this.
jynx242 wrote:Station looks very nice! I definitely look forward to this on the NorthEast tour this summer. I've been on Mystery Mine and Spongebob whatever... this summer I'll get this one and SFoG's as well.
Also cant wait for this on the Northeast Trip! Only have been on Mystery Mine so I'll have something to compare it to!
Canobie Lake Park has sent us an update about the season's grand opening, as well as their new coaster, Untamed.
It was a long winter, but a welcome sign of spring is Canobie Lake Park’s season Grand Opening. The gates officially swing wide for family fun on Saturday, April 30th, weather permitting. The Park’s Annual One-Day Sale will also be held on Opening Day.
For this one day only, 2011 admission passes will be sold for the reduced price of just $24 each, a savings of $8 off the regular season general admission price. The rain date for the sale will be Sunday, May 1st. One-day sale purchases can only be made at the Park, and there is no limit on how many passes can be purchased at the sale price. Each pass is valid on any one day during Canobie’s 2011 season.
Construction of the Park’s new roller coaster, “Untamed,” continued throughout the winter and is now in full swing in anticipation of opening sometime between Memorial Day and mid-June. “The response already has been unbelievable,” said Chris Nicoli, Canobie’s Marketing and Entertainment Manager. “We’re happy that everyone is as excited about the new coaster as we are. ‘Untamed’ will be the largest coaster to come online in New England since 2002, and there will be just three others like it in the entire country.”
According to Nicoli, the new coaster will deliver a vertical lift of 72 feet into the air, leading to a 97 degree drop propelling riders through a series of loops, twists and zero-gravity rolls. “Quite a wild ride,” he says.
For Park hours, more information and updates on the new coaster, visit http://www.canobie.com. Also, schools, camps, companies and other organizations that have finalized their Canobie group outing plans can register online now.
Change the scheme, Alter the mood! Electrify the boys and girls if you would be so kind!
Thanks for the links/info! Might take a ride up there over the next week and see the construction for myself... getting excited - the ride and new themed area already look great... such a great addition to the park! Can't wait to ride it, never ridden a euro-fighter!
Top 5 Steel: Bizarro (SFNE), Top Thrill (CP), i305 (KD), Kumba (BGT), Cali. Screamin' (DCA) Top 5 Wood: El Toro (SFGAdv), Boulder Dash (Lake Compounce), Lightning Racer (Hershey), Beast (KI), Yankee Cannonball (Canobie Lake) Total Credits: 141
xmichellex wrote:Thanks for the links/info! Might take a ride up there over the next week and see the construction for myself... getting excited - the ride and new themed area already look great... such a great addition to the park! Can't wait to ride it, never ridden a euro-fighter!
EuroFighters are cool rides but they do rattle a bit. But not as bad as a !
I quit my job at the helium factory last week...I refused to be spoken to in that tone!
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