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|Leap The Dips|
|Designer / calculations||Edward Joy Morris|
|Type||Wooden - Side Friction|
|Riders per train||4|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill|
Top speed18 mph
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Leap-The-Dips is a wooden side friction roller coaster located at Lakemont Park in Altoona, Pennsylvania, USA. Opened in 1902, the ride is currently the oldest roller coaster in operation and the only side friction roller coaster still operating in North America. It was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark on October 9, 1960. 
Leap The Dips opened in 1902.
In 1985, Leap The Dips was closed.
In 1996, it was designated a National Historic Landmark.
A campaign was launched in the 1990s to restore and reopen Leap The Dips. Fundraising, donations from many individuals and organisations (including the American Coaster Enthusiasts) and loans generated the money required for the restoration. It reopened on May 31, 1999.
American Coaster Enthusiasts achnowledged Leap The Dips as an "ACE Roller Coaster Landmark" in 2002 and supplied a plaque.
Leap-The-Dips features a simple figure-eight layout consisting of small drops followed by a turnaround.
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