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Coaster Express

Fly across valleys and canyons in this spectacular roller coaster
Old West Territory
Type of attraction
 Roller coaster
Teenagers & Adults
Access limitations
Minimum height: 121 cm
Maximum height: 197 cm
Accessible for people with disabilities
Accepted Fast-Passes
 One Pass Correcaminos
 Platinum Pase Correcaminos
 Gold Pase Correcaminos
 Silver Pase Correcaminos
Fly across valleys and canyons in this spectacular roller coaster

Every self-respecting amusement park has a wooden roller coaster, a classic for these types of machines. Coaster-Express at Parque Warner is the tallest and longest roller coaster in Europe, with a total length of 1,250 metres.

Coaster-Express is a wooden roller coaster in Parque Warner Madrid, with a desert layout that is made up of numerous valleys and canyons. Located in the Old West Territory, its imposing skyline makes it a truly superb attraction that you can see from almost anywhere in the park. It’s truly iconic!

With a steep fall from a height of 45 metres, Coaster-Express is one of the fastest wooden roller coasters, reaching a top speed of 95 km/h. It then glides along the length of the western area of the park, in a journey that will leave you breathless. It is particularly recommended for nostalgic people and fans of classic attractions. The journey ends when the train comes to a sudden and surprising halt. Dare to ride the fastest train in the West. As the song goes, “the West is the best”, so don’t forget to pass by this area of the park and give it a try.

Its two large 590º and 520º propellors, as well as the 100,000 screws that were used to join all the wooden parts together, make this machine an incredible feat. Riding this roller coaster is an absolutely fantastic experience for the whole family, as well as for the younger and more daring visitors. It’s no surprise that it’s one of the most popular attractions at Parque Warner. 1,200 people come to ride on it every hour.

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Did you know that...

Up to 270,000 cubic metres of wood were needed to build this attraction. It was designed by RCCA (Roller Coaster Corporation of America), which initially named it Wild Wild West, in honour of the Warner Bros. film that it’s based on.

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