Walibi Holland is an amusement park located in the province of Flevoland in Holland.
Founded more than 40 years ago the park made some major changes in the year 2000 and was rebranded as the Six Flags Holland, 'Rollercoaster Capital of Europe'. A few years later the park was taken over again and the famous Walibi returned. Walibi Holland is now an internationally known park with spectacular roller coasters and sensational rides for all ages.
Walibi has a new attraction named Untamed. On their site it is described as "an untamed, rugged and sensational ride". Roller coaster enthusiasts are said to experience the ride of their life on this hybrid roller coaster. This ride has a steel track with a wooden frame, which guarantees a great ride. Untamed is the first hybrid roller coaster in Europe meaning that the construction is made of 100% wood and the track is made of 100% steel.
- Track Height: 36,5 M
- Track Length: 1085 M
- Speed: 92 KM/H
With a speed of 92 kilometres per hour and no less than 5 inversions and 14x airtime moments during the ride along a 1,085 metre long track, Untamed is almost guaranteed to delight!
Walibi Holland reopened this week after being shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Before reopening though, Walibi the park allowed some guests to take a ride on Untamed. They filled the ride with 22 huge bears and gave them the ride of their life.
It's a little hard to tell but I think the bears are enjoying it.
This has been the best thing I've seen in lockdown 😆😆😆 Thank you so much for the much needed laugh.