Twisted Colossus

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Reprofiled I-Box Coaster

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57 MPH




Six Flags Magic Mountain


Roller coaster enthusiasts cheered as this iconic dueling wood coaster returned as the new Twisted Colossus, one of the longest and most innovative I-Box coasters in the world! Still in its landmark location along the perimeter of Six Flags Magic Mountain, Twisted Colossus remains the racing coaster monument most recognizable to millions of people who pass by the park each year. Twisted Colossus is RMC’s only Mobius loop coaster, where a train completes both ride cycles before returning to the station.

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Visit Six Flags Magic Mountain

Six Flags Magic Mountain, formerly known simply as Magic Mountain, is a 262-acre (106 ha) theme park located near the Valencia neighborhood of Santa Clarita, California, 35 miles (56 km) northwest of downtown Los Angeles. It opened on May 29, 1971 as a development of the Newhall Land and Farming Company[2] and Sea World Inc.[3] In 1979, Six Flags purchased the park and added the name "Six Flags" to the park's name.