|Rocky Mountain Construction|
|Roller coaster manufacturer|
|Roller coasters built||11 operating|
Rocky Mountain Construction is a roller coaster designing and manufacturing company headquartered in Hayden, Idaho. The manufacturer became well-known after creating their Topper and IBox tracks, which subsequently led to the complete renovation of Texas Giant into New Texas Giant. Rocky Mountain has also designed custom roller coasters from scratch, such as Outlaw Run.
In 2015, the company revealed its new track design - which consists of a single beam as opposed to two separate rails. Two different sizes are available, the larger called "T-Rex" and the smaller called "Raptor". Samples of each size were on display at the company's IAAPA 2015 booth.
The company also designs waterparks and constructs roller coasters manufactured by other companies.
This is a list of roller coasters designed and built by Rocky Mountain Construction, in order of opening date.
|New Texas Giant||Six Flags Over Texas||April 22, 2011||Steel hybrid||153 feet||79°||0|
|Outlaw Run||Silver Dollar City||March 15, 2013||Wooden||107 feet||81°||3|
|Iron Rattler||Six Flags Fiesta Texas||May 25, 2013||Steel hybrid||179 feet||81°||1|
|Medusa Steel Coaster||Six Flags Mexico||June 14, 2014||Steel hybrid||98 feet||Unknown||3|
|Goliath||Six Flags Great America||June 19, 2014||Wooden||165 feet||85°||2|
|Twisted Colossus||Six Flags Magic Mountain||May 23, 2015||Steel hybrid||121 feet||80°||2|
|Wicked Cyclone||Six Flags New England||May 24, 2015||Steel hybrid||109 feet||78°||3|
|Joker||Six Flags Discovery Kingdom||May 29, 2016||Steel hybrid||100 feet||78°||3|
|Lightning Rod||Dollywood||June 13, 2016||Wooden||Unknown||73°||0|
|Storm Chaser||Kentucky Kingdom||April 30, 2016||Steel||100 feet||78°||2|
|Wildfire||Kolmården||June 28, 2016||Wooden||189 feet||83°||3|