Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Viper, a roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain. (The minimum height to ride is 54 inches.)
Written by Brandon Mendoza
After ascending the 177 ft. drop, we are treated to a 144 ft. vertical loop, a wide turn to the right, then 2 vertical loops back-to-back, a brake run, then the batwing element. After that, comes the corkscrew. After that we go through some straight track, make a quick dip under the lift hill, then head into the final brakes.
This ride is always a classic and I really like it. However it's really hard not to bang your head against the overhead bar. But still an enjoyable ride. 8/10 - Nick Mitchell
It was my first day at magic mountain and i was super excited to ride this coiled up beast! The only good part about this ride is the first hill. After that, it's off to Head Banging Land. I got a really bad headache after riding it. It's a one star out of five. - Super Sam
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