La Víbora

Roller coaster in the United States
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La Víbora
Six Flags Over Texas
Location Arlington, Texas, USA
Coordinates 32°45′19″N 97°04′19″W / 32.755163°N 97.072022°W / 32.755163; -97.072022
Park section Mexico & Spain
Status Operating since May 3, 1986
Rider height 42 inch minimum
Six Flags Magic Mountain
Name Sarajevo Bobsleds
Location Valencia, California, USA
Operated May 12, 1984 to 1985
Replaced by Shockwave
Manufacturer Intamin
Product Swiss Bob
Type Steel - Bobsled
Riders per train 6
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Height 60 feet
Top speed 32 mph
Length 1490 feet
Inversions 0
Duration 1:30
La Vibora's first drop

La Víbora is a steel bobsled roller coaster located at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas, USA. It is one of Intamin's bobsled coasters, commonly known as the Swiss Bob. The ride first opened in 1984 at Six Flags Magic Mountain, where it was known as Sarajevo Bobsleds. It was formerly known as Avalanche Bobsled at Six Flags Over Texas.[1]

The name "La Víbora" translated to English means "The Snake".



Color scheme

The track consists of yellow, red and black pieces, with the inside being yellow on all of them. All of the supports are black. The ride used to feature icy white track and supports when it first opened at Six Flags Magic Mountain.


Single cars. Riders are arranged inline in 6 rows, for a total of 6 riders per car.


  1. Snyder, Graham (August 1, 1986). "25 candles for Six Flags". Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Retrieved December 15, 2021.

External links

Articles on Six Flags Over Texas
Articles on Six Flags Magic Mountain