For a family
coaster with a tyre drive hill lift this ride actually goes comparatively
high. The thinking seems to be that if there's not room for a coaster on the
ground build it higher up so other rides can be fitted under it.
Another triumph of design here is they've managed to keep the flow going on
it. The train themed around a crocodile, like one of the parks mascots, is
very long. On most coasters with a long train similar to this, not even as
long as the
here, I've found there to be a big loss of flow, with the train slowing down
at various points of the ride. When I rode this one there was only one brief
point of slowdown, which actually worked in the rides favour as it
accentuated the burst of acceleration that followed it.