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Gaudiviertel © Erlebnispark Tripsdrill
© Erlebnispark Tripsdrill



Friday, November 09, 2012 | This article is listed in the sections Magazine and Amusement parks.

Tripsdrill: new for 2013


Gaudiviertel © Erlebnispark Tripsdrill
© Erlebnispark Tripsdrill
"Murmelturm"
Shortly after the season ends, the Swabian theme park in Southern Germany Erlebnispark Tripsdrill gives detailed information on new attractions for the upcoming season. Trulla, as the park is fondly called, will be launching its forth roller coaster – a one-of-a-kind thrill machine – just behind its white water ride 'Waschzuber-Rafting'.

The still unnamed plant is to be realised in conjunction with Gerstlauer Amusement Rides GmbH, the company that was in charge of manufacturing the already existing ride 'G'engten Sau'. First the launched coaster will pull its riders up towards the big blue sky within 1.6 seconds at a zero to 100 kilometres per hour acceleration. The estimated dimensions are 30 metres in height, 700 metres in length, and it is supposed to include four inversions that are to be blast through with lap bars.

However, not only its technical data, but also the park's announcement referring to its thematic aspect and its dark ride section give rise to excitement and anticipation. Given these information and the fact that 'Erlebnispark Tripsdrill' is nationwide known for its special eye for detail, it leads to the conclusion that a real gem is going to come into being within the next few months. So, fans can be more than curious about the coaster's theme and riding sensation.

Fun at "Gaudi-Viertel"

Gaudiviertel © Erlebnispark Tripsdrill
© Erlebnispark Tripsdrill
The new area "Gaudi-Viertel"
The second new big entry scheduled to be opened in time for the upcoming season is the so-called 'Gaudi-Viertel' as a giant building complex designed with seven regionally typical half-timbered houses and two towers. Located just behind the main entrance, an indoor play centre of 1,000 square metres laid out on three floors contains sufficient space to frolic around, climb, slide, etc. While playing with products of Prime Play, a manufacturing company of family attractions, hundreds of colourful softballs whirl through the air.

Those who wish to see the German board game 'Mensch ägere dich nicht' in the presumably largest version in the world, implemented by the company Procon Play & Leisure, will look forward to discovering 'Fallschutzboden'. In addition, the already built park area 'Gaudi-Viertel' includes an interesting exhibition of numerous antique toys and a drop tower exclusively for kids that takes them in yo-yo-motion up to a height of 8 metres. This new fun attraction was created in order to encourage, particularly the children's, active experience, which is likely to set new standards once again, regardless of weather conditions.

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