El Toro (Six Flags Great Adventure)

34 m high hill

30.5 m high hill

25 m high hill

El Toro at Six Flags Great Adventure (Jackson, New Jersey, USA) is a wooden roller coaster on the model wooden coaster manufacturer Intamin, which opened on 12 June 2006.

El Toro, the third roller coaster of the manufacturer, which was prepared with the new rail technology. She is with her first departure from 76 ° zweitsteilste the wooden roller coaster in the world and triggered at the opening the previous record holder Balder (70 ° ) at Liseberg than the steepest wooden roller coaster in the world from.

As a station building, the station building of the former roller coaster Viper was used, which was dismantled in 2004. The route of the first two-thirds has very close resemblance to the wooden roller coaster Colossos at Heide -Park Soltau. This is because the pure hitherto highest wooden roller coaster, Colossos, a model for the construction of El Toro was. However, there is the last third of the distance to El Toro a twisted twist part which consists of many high-speed curves. El Toro is currently the third largest wooden roller coaster in the world, behind Son of Beast at Kings Iceland and T Express and the zweitsteilste behind T Express.

El Toro has two trains, each with six cars. In each carriage six people ( three rows of two people) take place. Thus, a maximum capacity of 1500 people per hour is possible.