Alexander: Never a dull moment at Six Flags Magic Mountain! Changes to the 2019 project site are a near-daily occurrence! Join us for a quick new update.
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Since it’s closed much of the year, we’re always delighted to see Hurricane Harbor operating in full swing. The orange Bonzai Pipelines slide reopened after being closed for a little while.
This trip we made a point of riding Viper! My love!
We were feeling brave and lines were quite short throughout the park, so we decided to give X2 a ride.
We just can’t get enough of the views of Viper from over here!
Viper’s yellow train is still going strong! I hope it never leaves us again (unless its for a fleet of Vekoma MK 1212s, of course). We’re hearing rumors of the ride receiving extensive refurbishment soon, but we don’t have any information to confirm that just yet. Would be nice though!
A rare photo of X2. Enjoy it.
…and back to Viper.
Plenty of Viper rumors have made their rounds in the last few years; we’re pleased to find that the ride is most likely here to stay!
I just couldn’t imagine Magic Mountain without it!
Speaking of rides I can’t live without, let’s say “hi” to Ninja!
Unobstructed views of Ninja can now be enjoyed thanks to the leveling of almost all buildings from the eastern half of Cyclone Bay.
The shop across from Cyclone 500 offers a prime view of the action.
We have a theory that this shop will become the “exit shop” for 2019 project! Can’t wait to see what happens!
New this week, the old Thrill Shot entrance/exit area is now blocked from access!
Could we be looking at the entrance to the 2019 project???
Both Ninja and Jet Stream feel a little different now that all of the bordering structures and brush are gone! There’s so much room back here!
Fingers crossed for some new up-close views of Ninja‘s famous finale turn when the 2019 project is complete!
Apocalypse and the Coaster Candy Kitchen are poises for major facelifts. It’s clear that Apocalypse is here to stay, we look forward to what it may look like when the area is relaunched.
Likewise, I hope to see some cosmetic enhancements come to Jet Stream now that the ride’s infrastructural improvements are complete for now.
I think we could use a new canopy! Maybe the same colors as the new one for Scrambler?
Demolition is still in progress and I already feel like the area has improved.
Let’s finish the night on Riddler.
Nighty night, Magic Mountain!
That concludes this super quick Six Flags Magic Mountain update! Plenty more to come!
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