Tue May 15, 2018 7:43 pm
Wed May 16, 2018 7:52 am
Wed May 16, 2018 6:30 pm
camc1804 wrote:Hi Guys,
My name is Claudio, I live in Chile and I'm a long time fan of roller coasters and I've been following this site for many many years, but i just did an account (please, forgive if my english is wrong, it's not my mother language) . The thing is that I'm going to New York City in December this year and I'll finally be able to ride all the amazing roller coasters Six Flags Great Adventure provides (Especially El Toro and Nitro). I'm gonna stay at Manhattan and I saw that to arrive to the park I should take the 308 bus. Is it recommendable? Does anyone has another service that could be up to me for better? How long the services takes? The park is only operating from 13:00 to 21:00 pm.
Another stuff, what recommendation can you give me for this tour? Will be there too much cold? I saw that the temperature could be very low, but my sister wanted to visit NYC in christmas season so we can't change that. Another thing, is it worth the flash pass? I thought that how we will be only one day there in the park, we should do almost everything. Do you think is a good idea? For the price i think we can pay the golden ticket (it says is up to 50% faster).. Is the park too crowded in December?
Thanks in advice, and have a great day/night!
Hopefully i'll reach to you in December to ask more specific questions about how I should visit the park
Tue May 22, 2018 9:31 am
JG-77 wrote:it's normal for many of the major coasters to close when the temperature drops too low.
Sat May 26, 2018 5:14 pm
boldikus wrote:3. It WILL be cold. If you do come in December and the temperatures are low, come prepared - hats, gloves, layers of clothing is recommend. Like you are going skiing. Layer, layer, layer. There are indoor rides, but you will spend most of your time outside and it can get VERY cold after the whole day. Not to mention when its REALLY cold on the ground, its even colder when you are 100-200 feet in the air.
Sun May 27, 2018 10:18 am
coasterbill wrote:JG-77 wrote:it's normal for many of the major coasters to close when the temperature drops too low.
That's not a thing at Great Adventure. They ran all of their HITP coasters including Nitro when it was 19 degrees (F) last year.