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Six Flags Magic Mountain: I need a list of the best rides in the park for kids in age of 16.

From Noam Levi
Posted June 8, 2009 at 9:19 AM
Hello,
In about 2-3 weeks me and my family are going to a trip and one of our palaces that we will be is Six Flags:Magic Mountain.

So I need a list of the best rides in the park for kids in age of 16.

I'm sorry for my bad English but its not mother tongue.

Thanks!


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From Steph Ramos
Posted June 8, 2009 at 5:31 PM
Hmm...interesting trip!

Anyway, you say you are taking kids around the age of 16? Well, in a park like Six Flags Magic Mountain they can pretty much ride everything. The park is practically made for kids their age...so lack of rides shouldn't be a problem.

It really depends on the kids themselves. If they're the type that fear heights and are scared to death of roller coasters, it might just be a boring day for them. But if these kids don't mind heights and enjoy a thrill that a coaster can bring I suggest you start them off a little easy (Since a lot of the rides at this place can be really rough for people that arn't use to it).

My suggestion for easy beginner coasters are as follows:

-Revolution (It is also convenietly located right by the entrance)
-Colossus
-The Gold Rusher
-Superman

After that, the park rides should be all up for grabs for them. Well hope this helped and I wish you a lovely time!

From Noam Levi
Posted June 9, 2009 at 7:01 AM
Wow!
Thank you :D
But I need to tell you one thing - I'm one of those kids =D lol
And again - Thank you!

But I got one more question:
There is a better map than that in the official website?
Because the one on the website isn't that understandable >.<

From Nick Markham
Posted June 9, 2009 at 12:52 PM
Yes SFMM is a great place to go with teens. If they are not scared of coasters they will absolutly love the place!

From James Rao
Posted June 9, 2009 at 6:29 PM
Coasters. Just ride coasters. The rest is pretty standard stuff.

From Steph Ramos
Posted June 9, 2009 at 9:05 PM
LOL...awww...so YOU'RE one of the traveling kids too..lol...then hope you have fun!

As for maps...well, I'm not sure if you can find a better one online...I think you're just going to have to wait untill you get to the park. As a matter of fact, I'm heading over there tommorow with some friends...

Yeah, the map is very confusing...the numbers placed next to certain areas and rides make no sense with the discription...just use it for directions on where to go, ignore the rest.

From Noam Levi
Posted June 10, 2009 at 12:06 AM
Thank you all and especially Steph Ramos!

Lol I hope I'm not annoying but if want can you scan the map of the park or photograph it and than upload it to the web?

Because I found a map with the number but it doesn't show what number is what >.<
(The map I found is that - http://i42.tinypic.com/2m80gok.jpg)

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