|Watch the on-ride POV|
|Manufacturer||Custom Coasters International|
|Track layout||Out and Back|
|Propulsion||Chain lift hill|
|Top speed||55 mph|
|Manufacturer||Philadelphia Toboggan Coasters|
|Riders per train||24|
Originally opened in 1996, the ride had been called Grizzly, but the park had to change the name to Timber Terror in 1997 to avoid litigation and confusion with the wooden roller coasters of the same name at California's Great America and Kings Dominion. Rocky Mountain Construction founder, Fred Grubb, assisted with the initial construction of the ride.
The ride was designed by park owner and founder, Gary Norton. Similar to the park's larger wooden coaster Tremors, the design was finalized by Custom Coasters International and the ride was constructed in house.
On September 26, 2010, Timber Terror soft opened to the public with a reversed train as part of the park's annual Scarywood Haunted Nights event. The train received new headrests as part of the transformation. It has run in reverse for Scarywood and the last weekend in September since.
Timber Terror has a height of 85 feet, a drop of 81 feet and a max speed of 55 mph.
- "Silverwood Theme Park in Idaho Becomes Scarywood Haunted Nights". https://www.travelagewest.com/Travel-News/Idaho-Travel-Info/Silverwood-Theme-Park-in-Idaho-Becomes-Scarywood-Haunted-Nights.
- "Timber Terror - Silverwood Theme Park - Roller Coasters". https://www.ultimaterollercoaster.com/coasters/timber-terror.
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.
- Timber Terror on the parks website
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