As companies close their doors for the safety of their staff and customers, they’re also taking great initiatives in building community, staying positive, and raising hope. Recently, we talked about Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada and how they set up a shark cam. Yup, an actual SHARK CAM - bringing the underwater world right to your living room!
Credit: Canada's Wonderland
Well, you’re in for luck because Canada’s Wonderland has something totally thrilling! If you visit their website, you can see that Canada’s Wonderland lists off their popular attractions, providing information like height requirements, photos, etc. On many of the rides’ pages, you can watch videos that give you a first-hand look on what they’re like.
You read right! It’s as if you’re on the actual coasters… but from the comfort of your own home! Take a look at the Behemoth, one of the park’s most popular attractions. This coaster brings its thrill seekers up a whopping 230 feet - and its drop is phenomenal! At the very top of the Behemoth, riders are taken down a 75 degree angle of descent, reaching speeds of 125 km per hour.
All thanks to Canada Wonderland’s POV Camera, you can ride the Behemoth and other coasters without a Fast Lane Pass. All it takes is a simple click on your computer for a super thrilling ride. Other notable attractions with the POV Camera are the Flight Deck, Leviathan, Drop Tower and Riptide.
Which one will you try first? Which ones will you “ride” over and over?