Nice surprise! Intensity Smoothness Harness
The smoothness and grace of this ride for the first 90% of the track cannot be overstated. I've never ridden a flying coaster quite as smooth as this one, providing an experience that's actually quite serene. However, this makes the pretzel roll hit like an absolute truck if you're not prepared. Be ready to have your world rocked in the best way by it (and also be ready to be hung uncomfortably over a platform of puke for agonizing stretches of time once you return to the platform).
Airtimes First Drop Intensity
The first B&M giga, this ride an absolute monster (definitely living up to the name). The drop is steep and fast as hell, and gives some amazing airtime. The floater airtime this thing gives is just insane in general, and it gives a metric tonne of it. Ride in the back to get the most of the crazy airtime this thing gives.
Airtimes First Drop Layout
Dope hyper that gives some great airtime over its packed layout. The helixes on this ride are awesome and give some great Gs, the main reason to ride this in my eyes. If it weren't for them, as good as this ride is, Behemoth would just be kinda irrelevant with Leviathan sitting just across the park. Ride in the back for the best airtime.
Fun Dead spots
My first boomerang, and I was honestly pretty surprised at how not awful it was. It wasn't nearly as rough as I was expecting, but instead kinda bland when going through the layout on the forwards part. However the ride becomes decently fun when you go through the course again in reverse. Traversing the vertical loop in reverse reminded me of the Schwarzkopf Shuttle Loops like Montezooma's Revenge at Knott's, just a fair bit less intense. Decently fun, but definitely not a mandatory ride at the park if you visit; just keep an eye on the line and maybe catch a ride or two on it if it's not ...
Cute family launch coaster that still has something to offer even to seasoned enthusiasts. While the launch isn't particularly forceful, it's still enjoyable; plus the the tunnel/dark portion of the ride is fun as hell in my opinion. This ride would be great for giving the unsure/inexperienced a taste of launch coasters in order to move onto bigger ones, but this park doesn't have any bigger ones (nor does Canada as a whole for that matter as of 2019). So it's pretty much just a solid family launch coaster until then.
Location Comfort Pace
Fun Arrow suspended coaster; it, like Ninja at Magic Mountain, uses the terrain of the park very well and just hauls through its layout. While this ride may not be one of the heavy-hitting main attractions of the park, it's definitely worth your time.
Great family coaster/dark ride that, while very mild, is still enjoyable enough for a ride if you're fine with waiting. The dark sections inside the mountain are surprisingly fun, and they mix up the effects and lighting a little on both run laps (the ride traverses the track twice per cycle). If you have small children with you, or just need a breather from marathoning Leviathan, check Thunder Run out.
Inversions Too short
Cute little Arrow looper that's pretty hidden away. Its neighbor, Leviathan, completely and totally dwarfs it and kinda makes finding this ride a little tricky if you're new to the park and don't know where to look. Dragon Fire is in the middle of the pack of Arrow loopers as far as I'm concerned; the ride is pretty short but decently fun, having the ride and layout of a standard Corkscrew but just improved in every way. Just picture Cedar Point's Corkscrew but with an extra vertical loop at the beginning and a helix at the end. Neither particularly smooth or rough as far as Arrows are con ...
Inversions Intensity Layout Harness
This was my first SLC, and I was shocked by how much fun I had and how much I didn't hate it. While the restraints are pretty awkward, I didn't get any headbanging off of them at all since my head is actually the perfect size for them; it plugs in nice and snug as if it was made for it. Not having to worry about the headbanging allowed me to appreciate just how intense and fun the layout of these remarkably compact coasters are. While I fully understand why so many loathe these rides due to being abused by the restraints (please upgrade to the new vests please), I just had a really good tim ...
First Drop Rattle Discomfort Tear it down!
Just as obscenely rough and painful as Wild Beast at the other end of the park, but this one is at least a bit fun. This ride (and park for that matter) would be made so much better by a RMC conversion, but Canadian law seems to have put killed any hopes of that, for now at least.