Last Updated on May 1, 2021
The park itself is a roller coaster junkies dream. At least seven high octane coasters with some tamer ones thrown in, that definitely cater to those that are teenagers and older, is an excellent way to spend an afternoon getting in your thrill-seeking.
We were lucky when we went to Six Flags as the lines weren’t as long as we expected. But, as expected, the food was not great and was overpriced.
It may have looked dorky, but the fanny packs made the day super easy as we did not have to worry about leaving any valuables behind as we went on rides to our hearts content.
In our opinion, the best rides were:
The Riddler’s Revenge takes you head-over-heels 6 times over a one mile track. Riding this coaster from a standing position, you are taken through 150 foot long barrel rolls, two diving loops, a 360 degree vertical loop and a 360 degree oblique.
The Batman The Ride lets your legs dangle free as you twist and turn up and down 10.5 stories high and along 2,700 feet of track.
The Goliath ride is a 255 foot high roller coaster. You will hit a top speed of 85 mph while going through the vertical 1st drop, a 120 foot long underground tunnel, huge spirals and zero-gravity floating hills and drops.
The Viper ride has the world’s tallest vertical loop at 14 stories high, with several other loops and corkscrew motions that will take you head over heels seven times.
Superman The Escape accelerates from zero to 100 mph in 7 seconds. You are shot straight up 410 feet in the air and then you feel a free fall as you drop back down, backwards.
We were also happy to pose for photos with some great characters that were featured at Six Flags.
Overall, Magic Mountain was very entertaining and we would recommend trying it out, at least once!
Have you ever been to a Six Flags amusement park? What ride was your favorite?