Shocking roller coaster, with 360 and 180 degree turns, with a fall of 30 meters, and a unique panorama that you can hardly see. Dare yourself!
The following capacities and / or skills required for the use of KRATER have been identified:
Ability to embark and disembark the vehicle alone.
Ability to hold tightly to the bars with at least one functional arm and lean on the floor with both functional legs.
Ability to maintain an upright position, keeping the back against the back, during the entire journey, supporting the lateral forces that are generated.
The following Physical Restrictions are defined for the use of this attraction:
Visitors weighing more than 110 kg may not be accommodated in the chairs of the attraction.
It needs to be properly secured by the safety bar.
Person with total visual disability, cognitive disability, or with the absence of a functional arm must be accompanied in the same row with an adult who has physical and psychic conditions to protect him.
In pregnancy state. With neck, spine, or bone problems.
With heart problems, blood pressure or pacemakers.
With recent surgeries or another condition that could be aggravated with the use of the attraction.
That they use casts, splints or immobilizers. With mental disorders
They suffer from dizziness or vertigo. May they be afraid of heights.
People whose sudden changes in direction, speed or acceleration could affect their health. Especially elderly people.
Items not allowed during the use of the attraction:
The entry of wheelchairs. Any mobility device such as canes, crutches or other medical assistance device must be removed before boarding the vehicle. The use of loose clothing (scarves, scarves, sacks) or long dresses that generate risk of entrapment by the machine. People who have very long hair should pick it up with a rubber or other item. The use of plastic tents that could generate risk of entrapment by the machine. The entry of backpacks, bags, umbrellas. The entry of cameras, cell phones, tablets, selfie stick. The use or bearing of items that could fall (bottles, coins, glasses, chains) must be removed before boarding the vehicle. The use of caps and hats.