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Alpine coaster in Andorra
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A couple of riders on Tobotronc
Location Sant Julia De Loria, Andorra
Coordinates 42°26′31″N 1°30′06″E / 42.4418206°N 1.5016703°E / 42.4418206; 1.5016703
Status Operating since 2007
Cost 8,000,000 Euros (estimated)
Rider height 122 cm minimum
Manufacturer Wiegand
Riders per train 2
Propulsion Cable lift
Top speed 30 km/h
Length 3600 metres
Inversions 0
Duration 18:14

Tobotronc is a Steel Alpine coaster Located at Naturlandia in Sant Julia De Loria, Andorra. It is one of the longest Roller coasters in the world at 17,388 feet, and clocking in at a duration of 18:40. The uphill length is 5,577 feet and the downhill length is 11,881 feet long.

It was built in 2007.[1]



This ride is unique from most alpine coasters as there are more nets and lift hills than usual, and special supports are used to keep it up in the high mountains.


10 cars. Riders are arranged inline in 2 rows, for a total of 2 riders per car.


  1. "Alpine Coaster". Wiegand. Retrieved 16 May 2021.

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