Statistics

Length:3,198 ft
Height:95 ft
Drop:105 ft
Inversions:7
Speed:53 mph
Duration:2:35
Max Vertical Angle:68°
Elements:Heartline Roll
95 ft tall Chain Lift Hill with a 100 ft drop
62 ft tall Inclined Dive Loop
Zero-G Roll
Corkscrew
Cobra Roll
Corkscrew
Capacity:1,245 riders per hour

Details

Categories:Floorless
Cost:$13,000,000 USD
Trains:2 trains with 8 cars per train. Riders are arranged 4 across in a single row for a total of 32 riders per train.
Built by: Bolliger & Mabillard
Etymology:In Greek Mythology, Hercules was a great warrior.  In order to be forgiven for a crime, he had to perform twelve labors, each requiring great strength.  One of these labors was to slay Hydra, a horrible serpent with many heads that grew back as soon as they were cut off.

Dorney Park appears to have adapted this story to have Hydra return and seek revenge over Hercules.
Location:Built where the Hercules once stood.
Theme:Green track.

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