In the future, we’re going to see more hybrid-type rides such as “watercoasters,” a mix of waterslide and roller coaster. We’ll also see roller coasters using magnets instead of chains, so you won’t hear that creaking sound as you go up.
canadianparkfan wrote:^Interesting. Not sure what elevation markings would be for (Possibly an elevated section of track over the pathway?). Benchmarks, however sounds like a spot for a major element of a coaster/ride.
CedarFair1 wrote:I got a reply on the facebook page from Norm the Vice President of operations at Canada's Wonderland he said they are elevation markings or bench marks.
Do you actually think he would tell you what they are for (if they were for a coaster or some other attraction)?
No I don't thus why if you saw how I asked him it was in sarcastic humor... However I do believe these markings not to be for a coaster as they are in green. Green is for landscaping thus like his response.
look they updated the reason to why Skyrider was removed on their actual website.. hmmmm
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