Canyon Coaster Adventure Park Has Arizona’s Very First Mountain Coaster
Here in Arizona, you can take a chairlift 10,000 feet above the ground, but up until last fall, you couldn’t ride a bona fide mountain coaster in our state. Canyon Coaster Adventure Park changed that in 2021, bringing the state’s very first mountain coaster to Williams, and it’s a place the whole family can enjoy. With thrilling twists and turns and lots of high-flying fun, there’s nothing like this alpine slide in Arizona!
Have you been to Canyon Coaster Adventure Park? Did you know about this epic alpine slide in Arizona? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below, then check out our previous article for another high-flying adventure in Wiliams, Arizona.
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If you enjoyed the alpine slide in Williams, Arizona, you can tackle more high-flying fun in town at the Route66 Zipline! Comfortable seats are modeled after mountainside trams more so than a traditional zipline. This makes it suitable for all ages. Designed to look like classic cars, the attraction creates a realistic vibe of Route 66 during its heyday, and is a ton of fun for kids young and old.
Another only-in-Arizona adventure that's high-flying fun is Superstition Zipline, which we think is the best way to experience Arizona’s Superstition Mountains. That’s right – among Goldfield Ghost Town’s seemingly endless array of family-friendly tourist attractions is a roller coaster-like zipline that takes passengers soaring high above the desert expanse. Created by a renowned amusement park visionary, the zipline offers a whole new perspective of Arizona's iconic desert landscape. The best part? You’re seated the entire time, so just sit back and enjoy the scenery without worrying about grabbing onto anything. In fact, the Superstition Zipline has been deemed the "World's Safest Zipline," as its unique structure allows riders to remain seated throughout the entire trip.
Finally, there's nothing quite like the Arizona Snowbowl; a scenic chairlift that operates year-round. Ascending nearly 11,000 feet above the northern Arizona landscape, you'll enjoy a bird's eye view of the dramatic scenery. From here, natural wonders such as the cinder cone volcanic field, Sedona's iconic red rocks, and even the Grand Canyon on a clear day, are visible!