The Oath of KÄRNAN

Die Reiche des Nordens

The Oath of KÄRNAN - Beware of its spell!

With the launch of the family thrill ride “The Oath of KÄRNAN” in 2015 HANSA-PARK made roller coaster history: emerging from a 79m-high tower after a 67m first drop this hypercoaster speeds up to127 km/h on the 1,235m-long track. The reverse free fall from over 60m in the KÄRNAN tower is unique worldwide.

New for 2017: XXL Reverse Free Fall  

In 2017 the worldwide unique reverse free fall in the dark of Europe’s second-highest coaster will be even longer, more intense, more KÄRNAN! The free fall velocity rate has been more than doubled from about 5m/sec to roughly 11m/sec. What’s more, KÄRNAN’s exciting roller coaster story is going to continue.


Be bound by the spell of KÄRNAN and experience a thrilling roller coaster ride with the whole family. Anyone taller than 130cm can hop on!

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dropHeight 67 m
height 73 m
inversions 1
length 1235 m
manufacturer Gerstlauer Amusement Rides
model Hyper-Coaster
seats 48
seatsPerUnit 16
speed 127 km/h
yearOfConstruction 2015
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  • The German TÜV does not allow disabled visitors to ride on the attraction if the guest cannot leave the ride without assistance.

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  • Please note: As long as you observe all other TÜV safety regulations, it is up to you and your courage what rides you and your children dare get on.

  • The use of our ride attractions by adults is not generally subject to any size and weight restrictions. However, it must be possible to close all safety lap bars and other safety devices properly and as required.

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  • Wearing eyeglasses or other loose articles.

  • Use of the attraction with loose or unsuitable footwear.

  • Loose items such as bags, backpacks, etc.

  • Bring along umbrellas, walking sticks or other sharp implements.