Coaster Hipster

Photos Coaster Hipster has uploaded

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Racing around over water always makes coasters cooler in our opinion.
The tower, whilst plain looking, is actually modelled after a real life historical site in Sweden.
This is probably the most over the top support structure we have seen.
Hansa Park has had a long track record with Gerstlauer rides in recent years.
There's one last surprise at the end of the ride inside the building.
Unlike a conventional hypercoaster, it runs a 4 car, 16 passenger train.
The rest of the layout is fast, low to the ground turns....
The landmark feature is a non inverting version of "roll over" (Sea Serpent Roll)
The first drop is fully enclosed.
Schwur des Karnan is a Gerstlaurer "Infinity Coaster", which combines an enclosed vertical lift and hypercoaster style drop with twists and hills.
After a series of turns and hills the train completes a final corkscrew into the brake run.
After a series of turns and hills the train completes a final corkscrew into the brake run.
After a series of turns and hills the train completes a final corkscrew into the brake run.
The elements are all fairly tight.
Another look at the Immelmann and flying snake dive. The flying snake dive only exists on one other coaster at the time of writing; Storm Runner at Hersheypark in Pennsylvania.
Following the top hat is an Immelmann, and a "flying snake dive"....An element which combines half a barrel roll with a plunging exit
From the launch the train competes a 180 degree twist up into a top hat element. In some ways it resembles half a non inverted loop.
The trains are the typical modern, open and comfortable Mack design.