This is a right rattling rollercoaster ride and you’ll be in hiss-sterics as you snake your way through the sharp turns, inclines and sudden dips of the old Mexican tin mine. Life sure has its ups and downs for adventurers.
Adventurers must be a minimum of 1.4m tall.
Maximum height restriction of 1.96m.
Each car accommodates up to 4 Adventurers.
Maximum of 3 adults per car.
Maximum of 300kg (42 stone) per car.
Not suitable for those Adventurers with torso measurements approaching 51 inches.
Not suitable for expectant mothers.
Not suitable for those with a fear of heights.
Not suitable for Adventurers with heart conditions, high blood pressure, back problems, or neck problems
Adventurers of a greatly differing stature are not permitted to sit next to each other.
Shoes with stiletto heels are prohibited.
All prosthetic limbs must be secured to the guest’s body or removed before boarding any ride.
Prosthetics must not inhibit the required seating position.
Non - Ambulant & Wheelchair Access
You must have full upper body strength including head and neck control and be able to brace against the forces.
Not suitable for non ambulant Guests but we are working on this
Guests must be able to sit up and hold themselves upright without assistance from a carer for the duration of the ride
Arm amputations above the elbow are not permitted
Any leg amputations are not permitted on the ride even with prosthetics
Guests must be able to walk unaided in case of an evacuation from the ride from height, which will require transferring onto and walking down steep steps independently, as well as potentially hilly terrain.
Due to complexity of exit riders may be required to wait whilst we evacuate the ride
Missing Limb or Amputation Information
Guests are required to have a minimum of three full limbs to enjoy this attraction
Guests must have a minimum of 3 full limbs, below the elbow amputations only are permitted to ride
Accessibility and Limb Difference Guides
A full list of restrictions are detailed in the Accessibility Guide and Limb Difference Guides below.
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