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Six Flags Magic Mountain

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The park first opened in 1971, initially with 33 attractions, more to be added in the following years. In 1976, a 360-degree steel looping coaster was added, the first one of this kind in the world. Introduced for the first time on the west coast, the Roaring Rapids made their appearance in 1981.

Opened in May, 2006, Tatsu roller coaster offers the longest, fastest and highest flying roller coaster ride in the world. Passing through four areas of the park with a speed of 100km/h, you'll be plunging and turning and twisting, suspended beneath the track.

Superman The Escape is a shuttle roller coaster, another one to brake a record: first one to attain speeds of 100 m/h (160 km/h). Towering 126 meters (415 feet) above the ground, you'll be propelled through a special-effects tunnel and in no more than seven seconds you'll reach the equivalent of a 40 story building.

Other thrilling rides are the X2 - the world's first "fourth-dimension" coaster, The Riddler’s Revenge and the oldest coaster in the park, Goldrusher.

Enjoy a day of thrilling and exciting experiences at Six Flag magic Mountain.

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