Twisted Fang & Coiled Cobra Review

We're on the Black Snake Summit, home of 3 waterslides. Here we'll talk about two of those. Twisted Fang & Coiled Cobra. When you look at these slides, you are visually stunned as these slides twist around each other and have really tight helixes up in the air. But once you're sliding down, it's not that pleasent. Your back is getting all scratched up and you're banging your head from side to side. Oh yes, another thing I learned in 2008. DO NOT SIT UP TO AVOID THE BACKSCRATCHING!!!!! I tried this, and while it worked, when I exited the slide, I bumped my head and got a nasty bruise. I would recommend skipping these slides if your time at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is limited.

1/10

Location: Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

Opened:I honestly don't know

Built by: I honestly don't know.

Last Ridden: July 17, 2008

Venom Drop Review

We're on the Black Snake Summit, home of 3 waterslides. Here we'll talk about Venom Drop. The one straight slide of the bunch. (And by far the best.) Venom Drop, is a drop slide. The really good news about this ride is that there's never any line for it. (Their hair sticks out, and then they walk away saying "Venom Drop looks too intense for me. Just like an RCT Peep.) But we are not RCT Peeps and we are going to ride this thing. You get to the top and it definetly has an intimidating look to it, especially with everyone staring at you, and then you drop. The drop is alot of fun and you gain alot of speed. But when you get to the bottom, you definetly thrash around a little bit, and then you're done. And even if the park is packed, you can marathon it due to it not having any wait. Good luck counting on it to be open though.

7/10

Location: Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

Opened:I honestly don't know

Built by: I honestly don't know.

Last Ridden: July 7, 2009

Twisted Fang & Coiled Cobra Photos

Venom Drop Photos