Behemoth Roller Coaster | Canada’s Wonderland

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Canada’s Wonderland will Build a Behemoth for the 2008Canada’s Wonderland has announced the details of their new roller coaster for 2008. It will be a B&M hyper coaster, as the ‘Net rumors suggested, and it will be named Behemoth. Hyper coasters feature drops of 200 feet (20 stories) or more and offer consecutive airtime packed hills. At 230 feet (70 meters) tall and speeds of 77 mph, Behemoth will be Canada’s tallest and fastest roller coaster. My first impressions after looking at the layout is that it resembles Nitro at Six Flags Great Adventure. As with most B&M coasters Behemoth should boast a smooth and satisfying ride. One important distinction will be the coaster’s unique trains. With a kind of wing formation, each car will have two seats in the middle-front and two on either side. This will likely allow an unobstructed view of the ride.

Check out this onride video of Behemoth at Canada’s Wonderland:

What’s Your Take?
For more pictures, videos, and all of the details check out Canada’s Wonderland Behemoth site. Any Canucks out there excited about this new roller coaster? (You should be!) Leave a comment below.

Founder of CoasterCritic.com. My favorite coasters are B&M hypers and gigas. I'm also a huge fan of terrain roller coasters.

5 Comments

  1. I will ride it next year!

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  2. It was awesome I went on it

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  3. IT WAS AMAZING. I CRIED THE FIRST TIME BECAUSE I WAS FREAKING OUT. I WENT AGAIN THE NEXT YEAR (2010) AND IT WAS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FUNN!!!!!!!!!!!! BEST ROLLER COASTER I'VE BEEN ON.

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  4. best ride ever!

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  5. Ok, I'll do a proper (brief) review instead of saying "OmG BesT RiRdE In Da wOrLd!"

    I enjoyed Behemoth a lot. It's a great hypercoaster but I'm not a fan of the new B&M trains as they do cause a somewhat rattly ride. But the floater air was in abundance, and I enjoyed the layout.

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