7 Picos

Parque de Atracciones de Madrid (Madrid, Madrid, Spain)

Removed, Operated from 5/15/1969 to 9/11/2005

Roller Coaster · Steel · Sit Down · Thrill

Make: Schwarzkopf
Model: Wildcat / 54m
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Length:1,509.2 ft
Height:44.3 ft
Inversions:0
Speed:37.3 mph
Duration:1:26
Dimensions:177.2 ft x 65.6 ft
Capacity:900 riders per hour

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Designer:Ing.-Büro Stengel GmbH
Trains:10 cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 2 rows for a total of 4 riders per car.
Etymology:"Picos" is Spanish for "Peaks". "7 Peaks" is a reference to a popular mountainous section in the State of Madrid near the cities of Navacerrada and Cercedilla.
History:The 7 Picos gave 77 million rides during its 36 years of operation. The cars from the 7 Picos were auctioned off and the rest of the ride was sold for scrap metal after it closed at Parque de Atracciones de Madrid.
Trivia:The first rider of the 7 Picos was Mr.Carlos Arias Navarro, the Mayor of Madrid.
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