Lost Coaster of Superstition Mountain
Custom Coasters International, the company who successfully shoehorned Hoosier Hurricane and Cornball Express into tiny areas of Indiana Beach, were selected to make Superstition Mountain into a roller coaster. It opened in June 2002.
One of the many unusual features about this coaster is the lift. Unlike nearly every other coaster that uses a lift hill to raise the train, Lost Coaster of Superstition Mountain has an elevator that lifts the trains 35 feet into the air. The elevator is the brown girder structure in the middle of this picture. The wooden track is held in place by gray metal supports.
©2009 Joel A. Rogers.