Behemoth at Canada’s Wonderland

Posted February 20, 2010 by Joel in Roller Coaster Wiki

Behemoth at Canada's WonderlandBehemoth
Canada’s Wonderland (Web Site)
Vaughan, Ontario
2009 Steel Golden Ticket Awards Rank: 12th (Winners)
2009 Steel Internet Coaster Poll Rank: 13th (Poll Results)

Behemoth Stats from RCDB
Year Born: 2008
Length: 5,318′
Height: 230′
Speed: 77 mph
Max Vertical Angle: 75 Degrees
Designer: Intamin AG
Model: Mega Coaster
Type: Hyper Coaster
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Behemoth Images
Image courtesy of Theme Park Review | View more pictures of Behemoth | Aerial view

Behemoth Wikipedia Page
Behemoth is a steel roller coaster at Canada’s Wonderland in Vaughan, Ontario, Canada. It is a Hyper Coaster designed and developed by Swiss manufacturer, Bolliger & Mabillard. Behemoth is the tallest and fastest roller coaster in Canada. The ride is similar to Diamondback (Kings Island), Goliath (La Ronde) and Nitro (Six Flags Great Adventure). The ride features a prototype seating arrangement to ensure an unobstructed view for every rider – a first for a roller coaster of this type. The Behemoth experience lasts for approximately three minutes and will subject the rider to a maximum speed of 125 km/h achieved in less than 3.9 seconds followed by five air-time hills, a hammerhead turn and two helixes. Read the full entry.

Behemoth POV Video

Watch this Behemoth video on YouTube.
Note – This video was filmed by professionals with permission from the park.
For safety reasons, please DO NOT take a camera on a roller coaster.

Behemoth Reviews & Ratings
Coaster Grotto
Rating: 9.2/10

Theme Park Insider
Rating: 9/10

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I'm a native of Virginia and I got my first taste of roller coasters at Kings Dominion. In 2006, I merged my interests for writing and roller coasters by creating The Coaster Critic's Blog. Later, I created a number of other sites and currently I run which includes the Theme Park Geekly community magazine.


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