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New boomerang waterslide Moosehorn Falls at Canada’s Wonderland 

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“Hold on tight for a wild raft adventure down Moosehorn Falls!” Is how Canada’s Wonderland set the water scene for its new boomerang waterslide.

Moosehorn Falls is a raft adventure which will take six intrepid guests down a rushing river cascade of twists, turns and drops before being propelled to the summit of a zero-gravity, 13-metre wall (42ft). 

As rafters crest the vertical apex in a moment of weightlessness, the current will reverse and send them downstream to a clear pool where their journey on this water slide ends with a giant splash.

Moosehorn Falls is set to open in June and will be part of the 20-acre Splash Works water park at Canada’s Wonderland. 

“The addition of Moosehorn Falls helps diversify our water park attractions and, between Splash Works and the rides park, really gives guests a two-parks-in-one experience that they can’t get anywhere else,” said Phil Liggett, general manager of Canada’s Wonderland theme park in Vaughan.

“The zero-gravity wall on Moosehorn Falls is its main thrill element…The new attraction gives families and groups of friends a new adventure they can experience together.”

The new ride is inspired by waterfalls on the Broad River next to the Moosehorn Trail in New Brunswick’s Fundy National Park, within the UNESCO-designated Fundy Biosphere Region. The area is a popular scenic route due to the gorgeous waterfalls and pleasant hiking trails.

The trail name was inspired by the antler shape of the river rock sculpted over time through erosion by water and is home to the endangered Inner Bay of Fundy Atlantic Salmon.

In Canada, there are 19 UNESCO Biosphere Regions where people are working together to protect biodiversity, celebrate cultural heritage, build sustainable and thriving communities and live in balance with nature. 

Moosehorn Falls will call home at Splash Works, adding to the 17 different waterslides, water attractions and cliff jumping activities. Located inside Canada’s Wonderland, the Canadian theme park covers 300 acres in total and features more than 200 attractions, including 18 roller coasters. 

Images: Canada’s Wonderland

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