The tallest and longest inverted roller coaster in the Northeast
The lift height is 135 feet, followed by a vertical drop of 120 feet and a vertical loop of 98 feet.
Other elements include a zero-gravity roll, an Immelmann (a simultaneous loop and roll), an inclined spiral, an S-curve, a corkscrew spin, and a spiral.
A high-powered scream machine that combines height and velocity to create an unbelievable ride experience
Talon is distinct among the Park’s coasters because of its unique design that seats riders below the track.
The ski-lift-like vehicles are suspended below an inverted track that sends passengers looping upside down on the outside of the structure.
Riders will plunge into a twelve-foot trench then soar outward as if traveling around a loop. At the top of the loop, while upside down, riders twist back 180 degrees so that their feet are once again pointed towards the ground.
Talon offers both an incline spiral, which takes riders nearly upside down, and a flat spiral, which stays closer parallel to the horizon.