Minimum height to ride: 48 inches
This is the same coaster that at least one other Paramount park has. The train is powder blue with flames licking up the sides. When it was built, it was themed around the Wayne's world movie, and the station was supposed to look like Kewpie doll factory. The Wayne's World theming has since disapeared along with the TVs you could watch in line. Now it's just a really fast fun woodie. The track is oval shaped with one outer and two smaller inner laps. Lots of fun for a standard coaster, with excellent pops of airtime.
Ouch. This ride hurts. The first drop is alright, but the rest is brutal. Sad that this is the top wooden roller coaster at a very good park. Rating: (3.5/10)
Holy crap is this thing rough. It is not in the same conversation as Mean Streak mind you but is in my top 5 most uncomfortable rides on a coaster. To be fair I am 6'6 and much larger than your average rider, but the whole ride my knees were smacking the car over and over. I had a limp the rest of the day after the ride and a headache for 20 minutes
Hurler is quite rough. It's coasters like this that just make me sigh and shake my head. If you must ride it, brace yourself. The one thing that makes this thing okay is the airtime.