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PW-JUL19-50-51-Ride profile.qxp_Feature 15/07/2019 17:21 Page 50


Ride Profile


A turning point


Carowinds introduces double launch Copperhead Strike North American editor, Paul Ruben has the story


Labs in the US, it is the park’s 14th roller coaster and the Carolinas’ first double launch coaster.


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Harrowing Chase “An exciting wave of transformation for Carowinds began in 2015 with Fury 325, the world’s tallest, fastest giga coaster,” says Pat Jones, Carowinds’ vice president and general manager. “Each year since then we’ve added events and attractions for guests of all ages, and this year represents our biggest investment to date. We couldn’t be more thrilled to introduce our guests to Copperhead Strike and all these amazing experiences.” Copperhead Strike is the central element of Blue Ridge Junction, a new


immersive, richly themed area inspired by the majestic beauty and easy-going culture of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The area also features the new Blue Ridge Country Kitchen restaurant and the Mountain Gliders (Flying Scooters by Bisch- Rocco), a returning fan favorite family ride.


arowinds, Charlotte, North Carolina, has marked a turning point in its evolution as a destination amusement park this year by introducing Copperhead Strike. From Mack Rides, which is represented by Leisure


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