Courtesy photo of the Mustang Mountain Coaster.

Courtesy photo of the Mustang Mountain Coaster.

Get ready for alpine thrills on the new mountain roller coaster set to open this spring on Colorado's Front Range. 

Mustang Mountain Coaster is set to open on May 21st and it will be located at at 1180 Dry Gulch Road in Estes Park. The new ride is billed as the only alpine coaster near Denver, Fort Collins, and Boulder.

"The roughly 2,000-foot-long, gravity-fed attraction will be the first and only one of its kind within nearly 200 miles," according to the Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Take a look at this new mountain coaster in the drone footage below:

Riders must be at least 3 years old and at least 38 inches tall. Solo riders must be at least 56 inches tall.

Single-ride passes for the coaster are available for pre-purchase for $20, three-ride passes are $35, and the all-day passes are $65. There's also a lifetime pass for $1,000. For more details and passes, please visit

Other mountain coasters in the state include the Outlaw Mountain Coaster in Steamboat Springs and the Cliffhanger Roller Coaster at the Glenwood Springs Adventure Park.

Seeking more thrills in Colorado? Visit these 12 mountain adventure parks around the state for scenic rides, ziplines, and more.


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(2) comments


Copper definitely has a mountain coaster, and it's 120 road miles from Estes Park, well under 200, like they're claiming. I'm not sure where they got their statistics, but they're not accurate.


zzzzzzzzzzzzz.....been done and winter park is better

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