|Type||Steel - Suspended - Flying|
|Model / product||Wie-Hex|
|Riders per train||1|
Design[edit | edit source]
This ride is incredibly unusual, as it is a single-rail flying roller coaster, meaning it is also a suspended coaster. Also, it is a self-operated ride without an operator present. Riders go up a set of stairs and lay down on their stomach into the "tube". There are no restraints whatsoever; you can hold yourself by the bars in the "front window" of the car. You put a token in the box on your left hand side and when the light turns green, you push the start button.
Unusually, this ride appears to have not been painted.
Trains[edit | edit source]
2 cars. Riders are arranged inline in a single row for a total of 1 riders per car.
Etymology[edit | edit source]
"Hexenbesen" is German for "Witch's Broom(stick)". In the hills surrounding the place, there are legends of the devil and witches—this has become local folklore.