And now we get to the pictures that I took as I walked around the top of the lift hill! This shot is looking down from the track located right before Griffon's first drop. At the bottom of the screen, Griffon's mid-course block brake and drop into the second inversion can be seen. To the right of Griffon's second inversion, Alpengeist's Cobra Roll is visible, but it is partially blocked by one of the 200-foot-long supports that hold up this section of Griffon's track. Loch Ness Monster's first hill, station, and a major portion of its track is visible in the background.
©2018 by Joel A. Rogers.