Les montagnes russes terrain sont des montagnes russes qui utilisent les pentes naturelles du terrain sur lequel elles sont construites. Elles peuvent traverser des forêts ou descendre des falaises. Elles ont tendance à rester près du sol, et ont donc besoin de moins de supports que les mêmes montagnes russes sur un sol plat. Les concepteurs ne sont pas libres et doivent dessiner le parcours en fonction du terrain.

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  • Les montagnes russes terrain sont des montagnes russes qui utilisent les pentes naturelles du terrain sur lequel elles sont construites. Elles peuvent traverser des forêts ou descendre des falaises. Elles ont tendance à rester près du sol, et ont donc besoin de moins de supports que les mêmes montagnes russes sur un sol plat. Les concepteurs ne sont pas libres et doivent dessiner le parcours en fonction du terrain.
  • Terrain roller coasters are roller coasters which, as their name suggests, take advantage of the (usually) natural undulations of the land upon which they are built. Such rides may often weave through forests, and some may even dive down cliffs. Because they tend to stay close to the ground, they require less supports and thus are usually cheaper than the same coaster on flat ground.Famous examples:Kennywood is well known for its hilly Pittsburgh location. Many of its coasters take significant advantage of the topography, for example, the Thunderbolt's last drop is its longest one.Boulder Dash is an out and back coaster that traverses the side of a mountainHoliday World is also known for its terrain roller coasters, most notably The Voyage.The Beast at Kings Island has been the longest wooden roller coaster in the world since it opened in 1979. Only its two lift hills are visible from the ground or other attractions, the rest of its over 7000 feet of track is hidden below the treeline, deep in a forest.Vortex at Canada's Wonderland is a terrain roller coaster, due to the influences of the ride track by Wonder Mountain and the river
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  • Les montagnes russes terrain sont des montagnes russes qui utilisent les pentes naturelles du terrain sur lequel elles sont construites. Elles peuvent traverser des forêts ou descendre des falaises. Elles ont tendance à rester près du sol, et ont donc besoin de moins de supports que les mêmes montagnes russes sur un sol plat. Les concepteurs ne sont pas libres et doivent dessiner le parcours en fonction du terrain.
  • Terrain roller coasters are roller coasters which, as their name suggests, take advantage of the (usually) natural undulations of the land upon which they are built. Such rides may often weave through forests, and some may even dive down cliffs. Because they tend to stay close to the ground, they require less supports and thus are usually cheaper than the same coaster on flat ground.Famous examples:Kennywood is well known for its hilly Pittsburgh location.
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