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I Found my Thrill on Roller Coaster Hill Quiz

While trying to decide on a vacation destination, our dog decided to help, but he accidentally mixed up all of the information. Can you help us by matching the name of the roller coaster to the correct theme park?

A matching quiz by November4. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Match Quiz
Quiz #
Dec 03 21
# Qns
Avg Score
7 / 10
Last 3 plays: bigwoo (7/10), savvy623 (2/10), rossian (8/10).
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
1. Kingda Ka  
  Knoebels Amusement Resort
2. Outlaw Run  
  Holiday World & Splashin' Safari
3. The Voyage  
  Six Flags Great Adventure
4. Millennium Force  
  King's Island
5. Impulse  
  Cedar Point
6. Hydra The Revenge  
  Silver Dollar City
7. Fahrenheit  
  Hershey Park
8. Dragon Fire  
  Canada's Wonderland
9. Banshee  
  Dorney Park
10. Montezooma's Revenge  
  Knott's Berry Farm

Select each answer

1. Kingda Ka
2. Outlaw Run
3. The Voyage
4. Millennium Force
5. Impulse
6. Hydra The Revenge
7. Fahrenheit
8. Dragon Fire
9. Banshee
10. Montezooma's Revenge

Most Recent Scores
Feb 10 2024 : bigwoo: 7/10
Jan 08 2024 : savvy623: 2/10
Jan 01 2024 : rossian: 8/10

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Kingda Ka

Answer: Six Flags Great Adventure

"Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom" was added to Kingda Ka for the 2014 season. This roller coaster has three gondolas which hold eight passengers each. Kingda Ka is touted as being taller than Big Ben. Reaching a top speed of 128 miles per hour, it whips you 90 straight up and then plummets you down a 270-degree spiral and winds up with a 129 foot camel hump.

It can be found in the Golden Kingdom at Six Flags Great Adventure Park in Jackson, New Jersey, USA.
2. Outlaw Run

Answer: Silver Dollar City

Located at Silver Dollar City in Branson Missouri, Outlaw Run is a wooden track roller coaster that features a western stagecoach theme. The very first drop is more than sixteen stories at 162 feet. It has a length of 2,937 feet long and reaches sixty eight miles per hour. Outlaw Run has two trains which carry twelve pairs of riders. The ride is centered on a stage coach which is chased by outlaws in which the good guys always win. The station embodies a real stage coach depot with a real stage coach and luggage.
3. The Voyage

Answer: Holiday World & Splashin' Safari

Located in Santa Claus, Indiana, the Voyage features 24.3 seconds of zero Gs. This wooden roller coaster is 1.2 miles long and has five tunnels in which one features a triple down. The theme relates to the voyage of the Mayflower by Pilgrims to North America in 1620.

It has a speed of 67 miles per hour and is 6,442 feet long. You can find this ride in the Thanksgiving section of Holiday World.
4. Millennium Force

Answer: Cedar Point

When Millennium Force opened in 2000, it became the world's first Giga coaster with a peak height between 300 and 399 feet. Located in Sandusky, Ohio, this roller coaster drops riders from a height of 310 feet before sending them over hills and and around turns at a speed that exceeds 90 miles per hour and was the first steel roller coaster to use a cable lift system rather than a chain lift. Millennium Force encompasses 13 acres as it runs parallel to the shoreline of Lake Erie and each train has nine cars that seat four passengers.

The theme song to Millennium Force's is played in the station while riders are boarding.
5. Impulse

Answer: Knoebels Amusement Resort

Impulse is a steel roller coaster located at Knoebels Amusement Resort in Elysburg, Pennsylvania. It includes climbing a 98 feet lift hill that goes straight down into it's first inversion, a cobra roll. It then goes into a vertical loop followed by twists and turns around the vertical lift hill until it enters the last inversion with a zero G roll.

The train then goes into a short 540 degree helix then heads into the station.
6. Hydra The Revenge

Answer: Dorney Park

Hydra opened on May 7, 2005 at Dorney Park in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The roller coaster is named after the serpent, Hydra, from Greek myth. It is a floor-less, steel coaster that is 95 feet tall and has has a length of 3,198 feet long. Hydra The Revenge starts with a feature called the JoJo roll, which is a pre-lift hill inversion where the passengers twist upside-down after leaving the launch station.

It has two trains with eight cars each. This coaster has a 105 feet plunge and then after making a right turn, it dives another 62 feet inclined diving loop before going into a zero-gravity roll.
7. Fahrenheit

Answer: Hershey Park

Opening on May 24, 2008 in Hershey Park, Pennsylvania, Fahrenheit is a vertical lift inverted loop sit- down coaster. It is 121 feet tall and has a length of 2,700 feet. It climbs a 90 degree, 121 foot lift before plunging down a 97 degree dip. The name Fahrenheit was inspired by the book "Fahrenheit 451". You can find this coaster in the Pioneer Frontier section of the park.

It has three trains with three cars per train with riders sitting two across in two rows for a total of twelve riders per train.

It has a maximum speed of fifty eight miles per hour.
8. Dragon Fire

Answer: Canada's Wonderland

You can find this roller coaster in the Medieval Faire section of Canada's Wonderland in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. Dragon Fire has a green and yellow track with purple support poles. It has the unique feature of counterclockwise-turning corkscrews. Passengers are ascended to a height of 78 feet with a 76 foot drop and four inversions including two loops, a corkscrew and a helix.

It has two trains with seven cars each.
9. Banshee

Answer: King's Island

Located is the Action Zone at King's Island amusement park in Mason, Ohio, Banshee features 4,124 feet of track. It is a steel inverted coaster with a chain lift. Banshee is 167 feet tall and has a 150 foot drop. It has a top speed of sixty eight miles per hour and it includes seven inversions including two vertical loops, a dive loop, a zero-g roll, a pretzel knot and an inline twist. Each train is painted a different color which includes blue, purple and green.
10. Montezooma's Revenge

Answer: Knott's Berry Farm

Located at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California, this coaster is a steel sit down coaster that is a launched shuttle which will trumpet a rider from zero to fifty five miles per hour in a mere four point five seconds using a fly wheel apparatus.

It is 147 feet tall with a drop of 137 feet. While on your ride the Jaguar roller coaster passes directly through the center of Montezooma's loop.
Source: Author November4

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