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Great Bear features
Chain lift hill
Shoulder harness
Reviews  297
  • Carrie C.
    Carrie C. 29 days ago

    Inversions Intensity Smoothness


  • Zachary O.
    Zachary O. 1 month ago

    Intensity Layout

    A cut above as inverts go. Great layout that covers a lot of ground and adds a lot to the experience.

  • Brendon Tinker
    Brendon Tinker 1 month ago

    Capacity Inversions Fun

    It was okay, it did have a lot of things I liked, I just wish it was faster and taller.

  • Sean R.
    Sean R. 2 months ago

    First Drop Fun

    Nice B&M 5th of the summer. They are starting to feel a bit familiar which takes some of the mystery and excitement out of them, but Great Bear was as solid as any and the opening drop sequence was unique/very cool. My daughter loves them so that's a big plus.

  • Matt Rappaport
    Matt Rappaport 2 months ago

    Nice surprise! Fun Duration

    Great Bear is a very solid B&M floorless by every definition. Long layout, whippy inversions, and smooth as silk. My only gripe is it’s not as forceful as other coasters of its type, but I rode Great Bear in the dark and that delivered some added intensity not seeing the track in front of you. A perfectly good coaster that is made great with a night ride.

  • CoasterKing
    CoasterKing 2 months ago

    Inversions Location Intensity Capacity Dead spots

    Great invert, very underrated. The four inversions are all awesome, though the corkscrew can induce some headbanging. The setting is also amazing for this ride. The ending just loses a lot of speed, and the lines for this thing should not be as terrible as they are.

  • Max Sweeney
    Max Sweeney 2 months ago

    Capacity Duration Headbanging

    A solid B&M invert with a somewhat unique layout. It's the first one I've ever ridden that doesn't start with a big first drop but rather a small curve into the much larger one. This is a pretty cool way to introduce the layout and build anticipation. It also felt like a very long duration from the other ones I've ridden. The speed on this one doesn't seem as quick as the Batman's and definitely less whippy. I also experienced a moment of headbanging which I'm not used to on any other B&M invert. Capacity is always outstanding on these though and give very short lines no matter how packed the park is on that day. I would definitely like to ride it again one day. 4/5 stars

  • Owen Guistwite
    Owen Guistwite 3 months ago

    Inversions Pace Layout

    The Great Bear is a strong B&M invert. Snappy inversions, good helix, and pacing is great. A good roller coaster to start with.

  • Ty Paylez
    Ty Paylez 3 months ago

    Inversions Location Pace

    Loved it. As an Invert Slut this ride does it for me.

  • Smauge
    Smauge 4 months ago

    Intensity Smoothness

    This was the one ride that made me an enthusiast. I have never been more interested into coasters until I rode Great Bear. It is an awesome and disorienting experience. I really just want to go back to Hershey to ride this thing. Can't wait to reride this!

  • Jacob Bass
    Jacob Bass 5 months ago

    Inversions Fun Hangtime Rattle Headbanging

    Great ride. Very intense and the last two inversions are amazing. It does have quite a rattle though.

  • MapleFlakes
    MapleFlakes 5 months ago

    Inversions Location Intensity Dead spots

    A phenomenal invert. It may have less inversions than most others but it makes them count. The way it weaves through The Hollow is beautiful and the helix before the drop is great. I do wish there was one more element before the brake run as the near straight track is a bit of a bummer. 8.5/10 - why didn't they just call it Ursa Major that's a much better name

  • Coaster Person
    Coaster Person 6 months ago

    Inversions Location Intensity Dead spots

    Lower-tier B&M invert. The setting is surreal and the inversions are whippy, but it's a tad short and it has some dead spots. I prefer Talon and Raptor, but I'd take this over a Batman clone. But I don't mean to sound negative, it is very fun.

  • jbsuperhero
    jbsuperhero 6 months ago

    Nice surprise! Fun Intensity Harness

    Honestly such a surprise Can't really describe why I love it so much Just a fun surprise

  • Ryan Beatty
    Ryan Beatty 6 months ago

    Inversions Intensity Discomfort Dead spots

    Mid tier bnm invert, had a slight headache after riding.

  • Anthony Ricciuti
    Anthony Ricciuti 6 months ago

    Location Intensity Smoothness Too short

    You know, they don't lie when they say it's great. I've been on two inverts, Raptor and this, and without a doubt, this is way better. Unlike Raptor which is rough, nauseating, and kinda intense, Great Bear is buttery smooth, enjoyable, and very intense. Or at least, you can actually appreciate the intensity. Not to mention, this ride is beautiful with its beautiful setting. My only problem is that the ride is a bit short, other than that, this ride is great! Definitely one of the best B&M coasters.

  • Producer Land
    Producer Land 7 months ago

    Inversions Smoothness Layout

    Great Bear has always been one of my favorite B&M inverted coasters and I honestly think it is EXTREMELY underrated. First off this thing has one of the most unique layouts and first drops I've ever seen. I mean it basically has 2 drops. Second when this thing is going it hauls and boy do you hear it. It might be one of the loudest coasters I've ever heard. This is also the smoothest B&M inverted coaster I have ever been on, highly recommend.

  • Christofer Kofod
    Christofer Kofod 7 months ago

    Inversions Location Intensity Dead spots

    It is good the first drop is Good and the Pre-Drop, I love The Zero-G roll. There is Just alot of dead Spots.

  • Ajani J.
    Ajani J. 10 months ago

    Inversions Location Intensity Rattle Harness

    Great bear is amazing, my favorite coaster. The first drop is unique, and the helix is insanely forceful, I was seeing grey. The setting on the hill is rivaled only by alpengiest and nemesis. the vertical loop is insanely forceful, and so is the Immelmann. The exit to the Immelmann is too snappy, and I’m small, so you headband on the exit, the zero g roll is amazing, you are whipped through it, but that causes head banging too, the final inversion, the wing over is my favorite, despite the headbang midway through, this inversion is super forceful, combining this with the setting causes an underrated invert, and yes, it does rattle, but it’s like sleeping against the side of a school bus, it doesn’t cause pain, it’s just there, and skyrush is worse. Overall 5/5,

  • Tangzy
    Tangzy 1 year ago

    Location Smoothness Too short Dead spots

    A smooth b&m invert with a great location on the lake, but the first drop is slow with dead spots along the ride, plus a short ride which is also a negative. I would re-ride but b&m inverts aren't my type of ride

  • Forester F.
    Forester F. 1 year ago

    Inversions Location Too short

    Fun fact: I actually grayed out on this ride's pre drop!

  • Danielle Pluzsik

    Inversions Intensity

    I don't remember much about the coasters on this trip, but I do remember an inversion on this ride that made me scared I was gonna fall out.

  • Evangelion Martini

    Inversions Location Dead spots Layout

    B&M invert with a middling layout, but a stunning location. The terrain is used quite well, and more than makes up for the layout.

  • Brian Sheldon
    Brian Sheldon 1 year ago

    Capacity Comfort Smoothness Dead spots Layout Intensity

    This is a B&M invert so even an average one of these is still a pretty good ride. This definitely falls into that category. It is no where near as relentless as Raptor, Montu or any of the Batman clones. It isn't as lifeless and jittery as Patriot, though. The way it starts sets the tone. It is a nice and easy turn around instead of an immediate drop off the lift hill. It then drops you into the first loop--again nice and gradually--it isn't steep at all. This is really where this coaster comes to life and you go through the major inversions and elements. None are overly thrilling, but very solid and fun. Super smooth like it should be. Then it changes character. The second half just has you meandering along the creek with a few lazy twists and turns at a very leisurely rate. I don't think it breaks 30MPH again. Nothing is inherently wrong with it, but it is no where near intense enough to any where near my favorite B&M invert.

  • A Useless Guy
    A Useless Guy 1 year ago

    Inversions Smoothness Dead spots

    it has tons of forceful moments but also tons of dead spots where they had to build around other rides as they somehow crammed this ride in its locations and that's impressive but it made dead spots.

  • Cooper Zimmerman

    Inversions Intensity Smoothness Dead spots Layout

    Great Bear is a very unique invert but not necessarily in the best way. The 4 inversions are all really solid and the zero g roll is one of my favorites and its definitely a forceful coaster but is plagued by dead spots. The helix coming off the predrop is pretty cool but wasn't very intense on my last ride and the drop is pretty pointless and dumb. The terrain and interaction with Sooperdooperlooper also makes for a weird ending with several straight sections and slow turns into the brake run that basically feel like a straight section. A fun coaster but definitely flawed.

  • Carter Eckhart
    Carter Eckhart 1 year ago

    Inversions Fun Smoothness Disappointing! Dead spots Layout

    Definitely one of the weaker inverts for sure. Runs pretty slow and the first half of the ride do nothing. However the ride does redeem itself a bit with an awesome zero g roll and corkscrew towards the end.

  • Wolfey Jay
    Wolfey Jay 1 year ago

    Capacity Inversions Intensity Rattle

    This one holds a special place in my heart. I was in the 8th grade the first time I rode it and it was my first legit aerobatic coaster. It has it's flaws for sure but I rank it high just on nostalgia alone.

  • Austin L.
    Austin L. 1 year ago

    Inversions Intensity

    I see why this ride is called great bear. You literally hear it roaring down the track when you go near it. The ride has some nice intensity and is one of my favorite inverts I’ve been on.

  • Unworthy Rider
    Unworthy Rider 1 year ago

    Location Fun Smoothness Intensity

    This is a fun ride. It may be the least intense B&M invert that I’ve ridden, but I absolutely love the location and could ride this over and over again. It also has one of my favorite queuing areas. The wait for the front row is on a wooden walkway, 30 feet above the whitewater from where the log ride splashes down.

  • Keaton Knippel
    Keaton Knippel 1 year ago

    Inversions Location Fun

    Great Bear is my second B&M invert after Montu, and I can say that it is a great addition to Hersheypark. It's smooth and fun, and definitely doesn't feel like a ride made in the 90s. I rode it with my glasses off, so I didn't get such a great view, although it is in a great spot around some water and trees.

  • Jimbob Coasters

    Inversions Pace Intensity Too short Airtimes

    The first helix pulls some good G-Forces. It is very well paced and also has very good whip. Just a little short.

  • X Coasters Forever

    Inversions Intensity Dead spots

    Great Bear is one of the unique looking inverted coasters that has a great setting with a unique layout. Great Bear also delivers some snappy transitions through 4 inversions, strong positive G-forces through the valleys, a glossy smooth ride experience, and the ride interacts with another ride, SooperDooperLooper: the first looping coaster on the east coast. My part of Great Bear is probably the corkscrew because that inversion and the zero-G roll actually pull some ridiculous whip! I also really like the loud roar from the train as it navigates through its layout and I absolutely love hearing it from an off-ride perspective. Overall, Great Bear is one of the most unique inverted coasters that delivers some snappy transitions through 4 inversions, strong positive G-forces through the valleys, a glossy smooth ride experience, and it has a great setting with a unique layout. It is one of the loudest and smoothest roller coasters I’ve ever ridden!

  • Inverted Thrills
    Inverted Thrills 2 years ago

    Inversions Fun Smoothness

    This is a very solid B&M invert. The inverisons are very fun, especially the zero g roll and the corkscrew and this is one of the smoothest coasters I've ever ridden

  • Trim Brakes 06
    Trim Brakes 06 2 years ago

    Location Pace Intensity Too short

    This is a pretty intense and fast paced invert with a great location. The zero-g roll and corkscrew are also really whippy. Just wish it was a little longer.

  • TheClassicRemake Man

    First Drop Inversions Fun Too short Dead spots

    I've ridden this for many years, and honestly I think it's starting to show it's age. It's getting rougher, although it still isn't rough.

  • New Jersey Thrills

    Rattle Headbanging Dead spots

    This ride is so bad, where do I even start. First off this ride is horribly rough and boring. It crawls through its layout while your head is getting smashed from side to side in your seat. In 2019 when I rode this it was good, but my 2020 rides were so disappointing. I thought it was going to be glossy smooth and intense but I was met with a boring and rough ride. Its also very short and features very few elements. Its also very tame. This is one of the worst coasters I've ever ridden due to the boring layout, Roughness, and its forceless.

  • Nathan F
    Nathan F 2 years ago

    Inversions Intensity Smoothness Too short Dead spots

    Great Bear does a lot really well. It’s in a beautiful location and it has an incredibly strong set of inversions. That first drop turnaround thing is really fun as well. It does have a lot of dead space between the final inversion and the brake run, but that’s a minor nitpick on an otherwise great coaster.

  • Eyebrows
    Eyebrows 2 years ago

    Capacity Inversions Nice surprise! Dead spots

    Quirky and fun. Love the creativity. Ride in front left or right.

  • luke hershey
    luke hershey 2 years ago

    Inversions Pace Fun

    Great ride! Had a blast with all of the inversions and it is great how smooth it is. It makes a loud roaring sound as it moves along, which almost sounds like an angry grizzly. Would give a higher rating if there was a launch at the beginning rather than a climb, plus I am not a big fan of hanging coasters in general because they limit your line of sight.

  • Jack Jack J.
    Jack Jack J. 3 years ago

    Inversions Location Intensity Too short

    Great Bear was really good. The first drop gave a little bit of floater in the back and then the inversions were all smooth and whippy. I think the zero-g roll might’ve been the best I’ve experienced on an inver. The corkscrew was really whippy as well and the location is fantastic. The only flaws are that it feels too short and kinda incomplete because of how the ride ends, just meanders back to the station.

  • Vinnie T
    Vinnie T 3 years ago

    Fun Intensity Smoothness Layout

    Probably the smoothest coaster I've been on (with the exception of Seven Dwarfs Mine Train at Disney's Magic Kingdom). The turn-around after the lift hill is surprisingly intense (sadly I kinda knew it ahead of time, otherwise that would've caught me off guard), then the first drop gave off some decent floater. The first two inversions, the vertical loop and the immelmann are really smooth but don't have a lot to offer when it comes to their intensity. Then you literally FLY through the zero-g-roll, it's a really snappy inversion, then the corkscrew is even better. It manages to make my head lean towards the restraint but not cause headbanging... it's very intense but smooth. I wish the end of the ride included one last turn around to the Coal Cracker and the water to make an interesting effect before heading into the brake run. I was expecting this ride to not be that forceful, part of it is... part of it is not.

  • Mr. Roller Coasters

    Inversions Pace Fun Too short

    This is a very fun inverted coaster! Great drop and some amazingly whippy inversions in the back!

  • Chase W.
    Chase W. 3 years ago

    Inversions Pace Layout

    Had to ride the official coaster of r/coasterbros. This beast is great in the sack. Long thick rails whip you around like a ragdoll. But this coaster is also a gentleman in its smoothness. I like to be well restrained while I ride and was tucked in nicely by the ride op. Im an otter but I imagine if a bear were to ride it would suit him just fine. Wish I bought the on ride pic of me doing my "O" face. 4.5 out of five, would bang again.

  • IronChef C.
    IronChef C. 3 years ago

    Location Pace Layout

    Definitely a top tier invert. Really different than the others I've been on. Has a great pace and throws elements at you in a unique way and that loop is very whippy. Beautiful location as well.

  • Dave Scott
    Dave Scott 4 years ago

    Superb location, cleverly engineered. Not intended to be a heavily forceful ride; though obviously still has the same basic height restrictions as other B&M's, which I find somewhat contradictory. Good job it does not rely on brute force to do it's job!

  • Kw6sTheater
    Kw6sTheater 4 years ago

    Location Comfort Fun Dead spots Intensity

    Great Bear is one of the better coasters at Hersheypark. It’s not on the level of Skyrush, Storm Runner or Fahrenheit, but this coaster is definitely not a bad one. It’s one of the weakest B&M inverted coasters that I have ever ridden, placing around Raptor at Cedar Point (in dead last) and Batman: The Ride (Six Flags Over Texas). Needless to say however, Great Bear has a very unique layout with an interesting location at the edge of Kissing Tower Hill. The helix pre-drop is an enjoyable, swooping maneuver that leads into the actual curved drop. The trio of inversions that follow provide some nice forces, most notably the Immelmann. A powerful overbanked turn over Spring Creek ensues just before a whippy corkscrew — but unfortunately, Great Bear peters out from here. The train rises up into a drawn-out, forceless S-bend running right above Coal Cracker leads into the final brake run. All in all, Great Bear is a somewhat short but still fun B&M inverted coaster, bar the last ten seconds of it or so.

  • Eric Esty
    Eric Esty 5 years ago

    Inversions Location Intensity

    Great Bear is an incredibly underrated masterpiece invert. It has an awesome, forceful helix before even the first drop. The loop, immelmann, and especially the zero-g are super forceful, whippy, and in quick succession. There's an airtime moment into a fast turn over the creek that I didn't expect! Then after a speedy straight past the creek, we twist and turn forcefully upwards, and corkscrew the opposite direction very forcefully, and then meander into the brakes. It's oddly paced, sure, but so forceful and whippy. And it's awesome looking, super engineered support structure is marvellous to look at, and even creates footchoppers! The setting itself is marvelous, it adds to the ride tremendously. A really fantastic invert that I find is greatly under-appreciated.

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    Blanchet Mathis 15 days ago

    Inversions Fun Intensity

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    Inversions Fun

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    Inversions Fun Intensity

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    Inversions Intensity Layout

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    Inversions Intensity

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