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“Not only do all these elements bring a varied Rider verdict


Enthusiasts and members of European Coaster Club travelled from all over Europe to take part in the official opening and premiere of Valkyria. Jim Terneborg, Julia Terneborg, Ted von Knorring and Fredrik Haglund sat in one of the first trains that launched from the station at 11 AM. “I have gone on over 500 roller


coasters”, said Jim Terneborg. “Of all the dive coasters I have tried, Valkyria gets top marks.”


experience, they have also been assembled in a sequence to ensure a fun and unique experience. It is similar to the way music notes are assembled on a music sheet to create a symphony,” explains Sophie. “The vehicles of Valkyria are very wide: six passengers sit side by side. Not only are the vehicles very impressive to watch, this configuration also enhances each rotation motion.” She continued: “Valkyria is set in a very panoramic and


interactive way in Liseberg. There are several viewpoints for spectators to watch the ride, including the spectacular vertical drop and Immelmann. While riders will enjoy the ride experience, non-riders can also participate to the Valkyria experience.”


Investing in the future Valkyria is Liseberg’s most well-received and expensive completed project to date, with a price tag of more than 300m, and is classed as a family thrill ride – though enthusiasts are certain to enjoy Valkyria’s swooping dive


and three inversions.


“It’s been a complicated project, but


the end result has been worth all the wait in the world,” says Liseberg’s CEO Andreas Andersen. “We have built a new Liseberg icon – a new favourite for the guests that puts Liseberg and Gothenburg on the map and will attract visitors for years to come.” “Last year we opened the Intamin Gyro Swing Loke –


representing the giant that caused the death of the Warrior God Balder. And this year we opened Valkyria,” says Andersen, who explained to Park World that Valkyria is part of a larger re-theming project centred around the park’s Balder wooden coaster. Called Myths and Legends, the new area draws on elements of classic Norse mythology – all incorporated into its new cohesive theming. “Valkyria works perfectly with our coaster portfolio in


general: With Balder being a world class wooden coaster, HELIX being a superb double-launch multi-looping coaster, Schwartzkopf’s Lisebergbanan being one of the world’s best family/mine train rides, Valkyria complements this line- up perfectly.”


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