HooRoo Run®

One of the park's most exhilarating rides, guests choose single or double tubes for their descent down a 48-foot tall ride, which features open and closed slides, water curtains, and lots of twists, turns, and drops. In New Zealand, "hooroo" means "goodbye" but get ready to yell it quickly. By the time your raft is heaved over the edge, you'll speed to the bottom before you can say hello again.

Guests using wheelchairs will need to transfer from their wheelchair to ascend the steps. Guests will need to be able to position themselves appropriately to ride each slide and splash pool (18 inches in depth). Guests may need assistance from a member of their party to complete this process.

In order to ride Tassie’s Twisters and HooRoo Run®, guests must meet the following criteria:

  • Ability to maintain the proper riding position throughout the ride
  • Control of upper torso – including head and neck
  • Ability to hold on with one functioning hand
  • Ability to brace self with one functioning leg
  • Ability to enter and exit the ride without endangering self or others
  • Appropriate observed conduct

Full or braced arm casts, full and lower leg casts, or brace between legs are not permitted. Pad required for wrist or forearm casts and exposed metal on prosthetic devices.

 

This is abbreviated accessibility information. For the complete guide, click here.