Naturland is a massive park with thrilling rides for everyone, located in a beautiful natural setting with the chance to see large animals native to the Pyrenean mountain region.
The leisure park itself, found in the parish of Sant Julià de Lòria, covers a full 800 hectares in the middle of a forest in the La Rabassa region and is open all year round, with plenty of activities for visitors to experience, come rain or shine. The park is divided into two separate spaces of different altitudes. The esplanade with the main rides can be found at 1,600 m (5,250 ft) above sea level, whereas the space at 2,000 m (6,560 ft) above sea level is home to the starting point of many of the circuits.
Tobotronc is one of the rides at Naturland, and has the honour of being the world’s longest mountain coaster (or alpine coaster) ride. It combines speed and adrenaline with the stunning natural beauty of the surrounding landscape – it’s 5.3 km long with a total drop of 400 m, lasting nearly 10 minutes. It runs right through the La Rabassa forest and each bend of the ride offers a unique view of Andorra’s majestic mountains.
A mountain coaster (also known as an alpine coaster) is a type of roller coaster that runs on a track that mostly follows the terrain of a hill or mountain. Typically these roller coasters use one- or two-person toboggan-like sleds, which allow the user some control over their speed, rather than the multi-person trains of a conventional roller coaster.
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