With spring break rapidly approaching, and coronavirus restrictions loosening, SIx Flags Magic Mountain is inviting visitors with new attractions and special offers.
The Wonder Woman Flight of Courage ride is expected to open this summer.
To be one of the first on the new Wonder Woman ride, three types of season passes are being offered. They range in price from $199.99 to $329.99, and all include parking. They come with discounts for purchases in the park and discounted tickets for friends.
While Wonder Woman is a welcome addition to the rides in the park, it will have plenty of competition for the best ride in the park.
Magic Mountain has a lot of rollercoasters to choose from. Some are classics, some are innovative. Here is a look at the top 10 rollercoasters at Magic Mountain.
Colossus – It was a classic in its original wooden form. It had a makeover and is now the Twisted Colossus. It still has all the feels of a carnival or seaside rollercoaster, with some new, aptly named, twists. It’s hard to mess up a classic.
Revolution – The loop makes Revolution unique and it never disappoints. It might be one of the older coasters in the park, but it has aged well.
Viper – It dared to reach new heights – and achieved its goal. Viper has some of the steepest drops and and wildest turns. It is the Cobra Kai of coasters at Magic Mountain. Strike First. Strike hard. No mercy.
Ninja – Another one of the classic rollercoasters in the park, but it is still an innovation. Its suspended track makes it a unique experience. No other ride in the park is quite like it.
Goliath – It talks a big game but it does come up a little short on excitement. It’s not a bad rollercoaster, it just doesn’t live up to the hype.
Drop of Doom – Is it a roller coaster? Sort of. Is it scary? Definitely. Riding it one time is enough. Unless you’re into having near-death experiences.
Gold Rusher – It’s slow. It’s bumpy. It’s predictable. But it has the wall of gum, at least it used to have the wall of gum. It was gross, but it gave the Gold Rusher character.
Tatsu – It tries to be Ninja, with the whole suspended track thing going on. Just a basic rollercoaster with a cool name.
Scream – Maybe once or twice. Revolution gives you more scream for your buck.
X2 – X does not mark the spot with this rollercoaster. If the wait is short, it’s worth it. But the wait is rarely short.
Riddler’s Revenge – If the Riddler ever made a rollercoaster, this would be it. It’s jerky, awkward and makes everyone feel uncomfortable. Avoid the Riddler’s Revenge at all costs.
Six Flags Magic Mountain is open from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. On April 9, the hours on weekends extend to 9 p.m. closing. The park is open seven days a week.