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Wilde Maus (Taunus Wunderland)

Roller coaster
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Wilde Maus
Taunus Wunderland
Location Schlangenbad, Hesse, Germany
Coordinates 50°06′53″N 8°06′37″E / 50.114855°N 8.110344°E / 50.114855; 8.110344
Park section Tante Rosis Zuckerwatteland
Status Operating since 1999
Rider height
  • Minimum: 100 cm
  • Min. unaccompanied: 130 cm
Otto Barth (Germany)
Location Travelling
Operated 1995 to 1998
Statistics
Manufacturer Mack Rides
Product Wilde Maus
Designer / calculations Ing.-Büro Stengel GmbH
Type Steel - Wild Mouse
Riders per train 4
Hourly capacity 1120
Propulsion Chain lift hill
Area 44 metres × 19 metres
Height 14 metres
Top speed 45 km/h
Length 370 metres
Inversions 0
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Wilde Maus is a steel wild mouse roller coaster currently located at Taunus Wunderland in Schlangenbad, Hesse, Germany.

History

The ride was originally constructed for the fair circuit, and traveled with Otto Barth starting in 1995. It would be setup next to a mirror image to create a twin wild mouse coaster. The coaster would be sold to Taunus for the 1999 season, leaving the other half of the twin coaster to continue travelling the german fairs on its own.

The ride opened as Taunusblitz at Taunus Wunderland. It would receive its current name in 2019, this happend with the introduction of the Tante Rosis Zuckerwatteland area in the park.

Design

Elements

Colour scheme

Bordeaux track and beige supports. The ride used to have white track and supports with a wood texture.

Trains

Single cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows, for a total of 4 riders per car.

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