Travel Blog Canada's Wonderland
What is one of your favorite vacation spots? We have a few like Niagara Falls and The pinery Provincial Park. Lately though we have a added a new spot to the list called Canadians wonderland. This is Canada's biggest rollercoaster park.
I thought why not show off some photos from the day, I didn't get to many during the day as we went of quite a few rides but as the night ran down the kids where the ones wanting to hit rides so we sat and watched.
This first ride is called The Skyehawk, it is pretty cool as you can you swing the wings as you're in the air and make the plane do a full 360. This ride is like 135FT in the air.
Experience a new level of adventure with Skyhawk, the first ride of its kind in North America! Introduced in 2016, Skyhawk gained immediate popularity with its unique riding experience. Riders take control of their own cockpit, showcasing their flying abilities as they maneuver through 360 degree turns, and challenge themselves to engage in multiple inversions at 135 feet (41m) in the air.
Guests can control the movement on their wings to affect the airflow around the ride, causing them to flip upside down if they choose, and creating an interactive riding experience.
The next ride is crazy it is called wilde knight mares but I was testing out the long exposure mode and it is actually pretty cool on this pixel 7.
What nightmares are made of. With no seat belts or restraint system, riders must hold on tight (and rely on gravity) while the ride is in motion.
Guests are launched off the ground, tilted 90-degrees and lifted 49 feet (15M) while spinning through stomach teasing loops –
I was also able to test out the long exposure on the ride called swing of the century, This ride is actually really epic looking at night time with the lights. They went from green to white.
Get ready to soar through the air on the high-flying Swing of the Century, an attraction ideal for the whole family. Swing of the Century will take up to 48 riders through the air in individual seats that are raised and lowered at a soothing pace.
Prior to being called Swing of the Century, it went by a different name: Swing of Siam. Did you know that it also was relocated to the Park? It was initially located where 3-Point Challenge is now in Action Zone across from rides like Psyclone and the Sledge Hammer! Swing of the Century was one of the 26 original rides located on-site when the Park opened on May 23, 1981.
Swing of the Century was manufactured by German-based company Zierer Karussell- und Spezialmaschinenbau GmbH & Co. KM (also known for its shorter name: Zierer).
To end the night and the season at wonderland they had a epic fireworks display. This is where the long exposure shined. I shared a couple but I got quite a few more to make a whole post with so be sure to follow.
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