You Can Take A Ride On Georgia's First Ever Alpine Coaster Right Now
An ideal fall date idea.🎢
North Georgia is filled with small mountain towns, exciting adventures, and gorgeous views.is back open for riders and it'll give you a thrill of a lifetime.
Georgia Mountain Coaster in Helen, Georgia will make your stomach drop into your toes as you zoom around mountain corners.
There are many otherin neighboring states like and , and perfect for thrill-seekers and curious adventurers everywhere.
The track was built by the top manufacturer of alpine coasters in the world.
Georgia Mountain Coaster
You can either choose to sit in a singular cart, or you can double up andor bestie.
You'll actually control your own speed with handle levers, so if you don't want to hit 28 mph going downhill, you can go a little slower.
Drivers of the carts must be at least 54" tall and the max weight is 375 pound per cart in dry conditions and 330 pounds in wet conditions. This includes double carts as well.
It's only $15 per person to take a ride on this coaster, making it an affordable date night idea.
While you're, make sure you check out the cute German town and maybe attend a few Oktoberfest events to really ring in the autumn season.
Georgia Alpine Coaster
Why You Need To Go: This is the state's first alpine coaster that can go more than 28 MPH for a thrilling mountain adventure.
Before you get going, check ourso you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.