HANSA-PARK’s new stand-alone freefall tower Highlander is set to break all (previous) records in Germany, on the European continent and worldwide.
- Highest and fastest Gyrodrop Tower of the world with a height of 120 m (394 feet) and a speed of 120 km/h (75 mph)
- 103 meter-drop – breaking all previous records
- Worldwide highest Gyrodrop tower with tilting seats
|Ride will go into operation||during the 2019-season|
|Manufacturer||Funtime GmbH, Wien|
|Height||120 meters / 394 feet|
|Height above mean sea level||149 meters / 489 feet|
|Length of drop||103 meters / 334 feet|
|Speed||120 km/h / 75 mph|
|Number of seats||24 seats|
|Type of bars||shoulder bars|
|Special features||tilting seats|
|Length of foundation piles||28 meters / 92 feet|
composed by Andreas Kübler und Sebastian Kübler of IMAscore
HANSA-PARK’s Highlander will be the park’s exclamation mark towering over the entire Bay of Lübeck. A must-do attraction for those wanting to combine a spectacular view with an ultimate freefall experience.
And there is even more:
The „Highlander“ will be an essential part of the park’s new theme-area “Beautiful Britain”, which will include the park’s highly appreciated classical coaster Nessie as well. “Beautiful Britain” will introduce HANSA-PARKs guests to Scotland and to one of its most impressive castles Eilean Donan Castle.
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|Fall height||103 m|
|Year of construction||2019|