Fårup Sommerland has given rise to Denmark’s tallest and fastest roller coaster this spring: Fønix (Phoenix).

The attraction opened to the public on 9 April. It has been constructed by Vekoma and features three inversions: the world’s first ‘stall loop,’ a mixture of a vehicle loop and an inverted top hat. It also features a heart line roll and a corkscrew travelling through its station.

Its 14 shots of airtime will give riders a joyous journey aboard Denmark’s record breaking star attraction. That represents 9.2 seconds of airtime and a lot of adrenaline thrown in for good measure.

A further tale of the tape shows Fønix rising to 40-metres (131.2-feet) and reaching speeds of 95 km/h (59-mph). It represents Denmark’s longest roller coaster with a loop at 905-metres (2.969.2-feet). The attraction will pull a maximum positive G-Force of 4.1 and is capable of loading 900 guests an hour.

Its imperious green structure fits neatly with the Danish countryside. At a cost of £11.3 million, Fønix is the largest investment in the park’s history and is a statement confirmation of a park who want to put their stamp on the theme park attraction business.