Today was the grand opening of Juvelen at Djurs Sommerland.
This new addition to the park is great for families that want to ride a coaster together and other people. It has 2 launches, is tire driven and is a fun (high speed) experience.
When talking family rides i used to think "slow" things.. This ride goes crazy with that second launch. Sure it's not an airtime machine (go ride Piraten if you want airtime) but it's quick, fun and leaves a smile on your face when riding it.
In the end, that's all that matters i think. Fun for a lot of ages and sizes and therefore fun for a lot of people.
Minimum height to ride this: 120 cm The pre show is part of the story that you are riding those ATV's in the jungle to go after a certain expensive stone. More green will come in the first bit of the ride over time (the jungle). The pre-show will get updated as well as it's a bit too short at this time and who knows what else will be added in the future.
Looking forward to another visit next year.
lots of green track and yellow supports..
theming in the middle, yeah i think i'm there
tire launch, looking at the station building
lots and lots of new green trees planted, imagine how this ride is going to look when those have grown and are green..
that looks like (close to) 90 Degrees
Big wheels keep on turning
time to check out the indoor queue bit before riding
it's all about these "rocks"
theming inside the station
looking across from the loading side
are you ready to ride??
and the back of the station
the end of the theming (tunnel) before entering the station
he's still around
wait?? what's "Indy" doing here?
banners from the ceiling
imagine those lights being added inside and those eyes become bright red.. or the head starts moving.. hmm
transfer track/area and other train
back outside after riding and going through a shop and looking at your onride picture
Hi larry, Minimum height to ride is 120cm
if you see this.. you are looking up
entrance is underneath the name
looks like a lot of people want to ride this new coaster
Thor is close
getting ready for the launch
go go go
first turn fun
getting ready for that second launch
almost at the end
more happy riders
support in the back, and restraint on top of your leg
here they come
fun for all ages
so many smiles
if hair goes like that.. it's going fast ;)
fun fun fun
another quick look inside the station
on the other side of the station
here they come for that second launch
over the water/lake
other structure's track water trees
going over the water
launch as seen from the other side
just because ;)
here they come
watch out for that water
smiles and laughter
gtting up close and personal
enjoying a good banking
thank you for the tour and photo ops
it's so much fun to do pictures like this
extreme nerd shot
front of the train
hands up.. or not..
smiles smiles smiles
another train with happy riders
station as seen from the back
having fun and/or trying to hide for the camera?
getting ready for launch 2
walking next to the second launch
and i'll leave you with this
Last edited by Hhappy on Sat May 04, 2013 4:19 pm.
Looks like a fun family ride! Due to the launches, I'm nicknaming this "Tires-Tires-Tires!: The Ride". Certainly very twisty and looks like it's a pretty long ride too (well, anything's longer than most of the coasters at my home park ).
Looks fantastic! I love Jet Rescue so I'm sure I'd love this. Intamin really stepped up their motocoaster design, especially when you look at their abysmal prototype (Motocoaster at Dreamworld). Djurs Sommerland is definitely on my bucket list now, seems to have a wonderful collection of coasters.
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