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Take a virtual ride on Mystic Timbers at Kings Island with our POV Roller Coaster Video

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Take a virtual ride on Mystic Timbers at Kings Island

Don Helbig

Area Manager Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig 

  

Mystic Timbers opened to rave reviews in 2017 at Kings Island, boasting impressive thrill stats and being bestowed the honor of “Best New Ride” by the industry publication Amusement Today in its annual Golden Ticket Awards.

A story-driven attraction, Mystic Timbers has ranked among the top wooden roller coasters in the world in industry and coaster enthusiast polls since its debut. It’s an amazing ride, something that both thrill-seekers and families enjoy riding over-and-over again. And similar to The Beast, Mystic Timbers offers two different ride experiences, one by day and one by night.

Check out the video below to take a virtual ride on Mystic Timbers. Ride into the unknown as you traverse 16 airtime hills along 3,265 feet of track through wooded terrain at speeds up to 53 mph.

Ready to ride? Please remain seated and keep your hands inside your couch, chair or stool while riding. All clear! Enjoy your ride on Mystic Timbers!

 

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