La Ronde just got a new kick of adrenaline.
Just in time for the upcoming 2019 campaign, Quebec’s biggest amusement park will introduce a giant, new, loop roller coaster called Chaos.
Chaos will jolt riders forward, backward, and dangle people upside down for an unprecedented amount of hang-time.
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The groundbreaking ride features one seven-story loop that swings riders back and forth, higher and higher, before soaring through multiple heart-pounding turns. The coaster changes directions halfway through its cycle, leaving riders suspended upside down at the top of the 70-foot loop.
Chaos will host 24 passengers per ride, all sitting in a unique face-to-face position, while going through a 360⁰ revolution when the train reverses mid-course.
“We are committed to offering thrills for all ages with the most innovative rides and attractions in the industry,” said Park President Janine Durette. “The forward and backward motion of this ride along with the inverted hang-time at 70 feet in the air delivers a unique and exhilarating roller coaster experience.”
It’s time to literally hold on to your hats, thrill seekers. La Ronde’s Chaos, along with the rest of the park, opens to the public on May 11.