I still think the corner at the top is foul, but everything else is looking rather lovely <3
I get what you mean. Just compare the hight of the coaster with the trees around it, says enough about how huge this coaster really is. Watch pictures with workers at the foot of the coaster.I think the scale on the video is just kind of deceiving, if this thing is 40 meters high and more than 800 meters long, it has to be :emoji_zipper_mouth:ing massive (especially for Toverland's standards) and the pacing must be outstanding for a B&M Wing Coaster.
First I thought the same. But concerning Avalon there are 2 major attractions integrated and interweaved in/with the area in a rarely seen level of detail. One covering the thrill seeker and one covering the family target group. Possibly both with decent dark ride elements. There is IMHO no place and need for further rides.These 2 areas do look amazing, but I'm surprised that with 2 brand new areas there are only 2 new rides. I suspect they'll add new rides in these areas in the future though.