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Canada’s Wonderland unveils stomach-churning plans for world’s first 350-degree spinning swing

Canada’s Wonderland has announced two new rides for 2023, alongside new features for their Gold Pass membership.

Tundra Twister is the world’s first 350-degree spinning swing ride that will have guests pressed against the back support as they travel up to 75 km/h. At the same time, riders will reach heights of 47 metres, all while being tossed into loop de loops and 360s.

“The Tundra Twister will be a sight to behold, swinging and spinning guests high above the midway and nearby Yukon Striker, while Snoopy’s Racing Railway is sure to become a family favourite among our collection of children’s rides,” said Norm Pirtovshek, general manager at Canada’s Wonderland.

Wonderland is also adding a ride for families and children in Planet Snoopy. Snoopy’s Racing Railway will become the park’s 18th roller coaster, taking guests on a wild railway adventure. The family coaster launches from a dead stop to 50 km/h in mere seconds before taking riders through dips and turns.

“We’re committed to providing exciting experiences for guests of all ages, and these two attractions are unique additions for thrill seekers and families alike,” said Norm Pirtovshek, general manager at Canada’s Wonderland,” said Pirtovshek.

Canada’s Wonderland has also made its Gold Pass available for purchase, adding a few new perks for the year. Guests are able to enjoy the park immediately upon purchase, getting unlimited park visits until the end of 2022. To make the deal better, Gold Pass holders will gain unlimited access to Halloween Haunt and WinterFest.

Gold Passes can be purchased at Canada’s Wonderland website for 12 payments of $8.66 monthly. However, if guests purchase before August 14th, they’ll receive one free Fall Fast Pass Lane Plus.

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