Hilltopper39 wrote:This ride just looks like pure fun, I can't wait to get back to Knoebels one of these days and give it a try.
I may have missed it somewhere in the past several pages but what is the height restriction for this thing? I've got a 1 year old that's growing like a weed and Knoebels might just have to be in the works a few years from now....
^^ 400pounds per car so two 200 pound people are able to fit in one car
So fascinating to see a ride "grand open" and the wood be so weathered!
I'd love to see how that thing drains in the rain ... it's hard to to tell, but do they have cutouts in different places for drainage?
Also, and this will sound odd, but does the entire ride really smell of wood? Just looking at that POV it seems like it would smell like you're in a active lumber yard, but obviously there's not been a lot of fresh cuts made to this thing lately!
What a story of persistence and determination in getting this thing running!
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