What is the actual reason Goliath has been closed so much? Is it one thing or just an S-show of problems keeping it down? We were there last Sunday and it was running but we didn’t ride it.....just watching it go through the boomerang you could see the seats rattling so hard....and when it goes backwards through the boomerang I swear it’s not gonna make it - looks so slow
It can usually run down to 40 degrees during Fright Fest but I'm not sure what the start up temperature is. Silverwood's has an insanely high temperature limit but that's because they don't have an evacuation platform in the cobra roll like New England does. It's the only coaster in the park that ever closes when the temperature gets too low when it's been running all day. It also doesn't operate in the rain or on any day ending in a Y.
As far as the mechanical issues that it has, I don't know and I don't care because the ride sucks anyway. I'd rather ride Flashback.
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