This triple launch coaster carries riders high above the park, then races down along the ground through a rocky gorge.
Launch into the ultimate excitement of Cheetah Hunt®, the experience that coaster enthusiasts can't stop talking about. At a length of 4,400 feet, it is the park’s longest thrill ride attraction.
For those guests who are not able to wait in line, a Virtual Queue system is utilized and guests will be given a return time to ride (see team member at the ride entrance). At the provided time, the guest will proceed to the queue entrance to board the ride. Please see a team member for assistance and loading instructions.
Riders must be 48” to ride Cheetah Hunt®.
For your safety, you should ride only if you are in good health. Guests who know or suspect that may be pregnant, have high blood pressure, heart conditions, neck or back problems, recent surgery, sensitivity to strobe effects, prone to motion sickness, have a heightened sensitivity to dark enclosed places or any other impairment or medical condition that may be affected by the features of this ride or prevent the normal seating or use of the safety restraints as provided, shall not ride.
Guests must have the ability to sit upright and maintain proper riding position throughout the ride. Guests must have appropriate weight distribution to allow the restraint device to function properly. Guests must have control of upper torso including head and neck.
Guests must have the ability to hold on with two functioning hands and to brace self with one functioning leg or the ability to hold on with two functioning hands as long as the guest has a normal center of gravity and the lower extremities are sufficiently strong enough to maintain a proper riding posture under the dynamic conditions of the ride (amputation must be at the knee or below).
Guests with full leg plaster casts, cervical collars, neck braces, braces arm casts, and broken collar bones shall not ride.
Please review all restrictions listed on the sign at the attraction entrance.
» View the accessibility guide here