Terrain roller coaster

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A terrain roller coaster takes advantage of its natural surroundings by following contours on the ground.[1] This may be weaving through trees in a forest, or gliding over water. Terrain roller coasters are often cheaper than non-terrain coasters, because terrain coasters are usually closer to the ground, so the price for supports is reduced.

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