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This on-ride video not only shows off the elaborate front plate of the train, but also the layout of Cú Chulainn. After the first drop a good portion of the ride stays close to the ground, but that's not to say that there aren't floater hills along the way!
The ride's 105 foot lift hill dominates Tayto Park's skyline, which has expanded greatly this year. The park has really entered the amusement park arena big time with the coaster, but has also added a bit of something for everyone. This includes a Zamperla Air Race, an indoor 5-D cinema, walk through dinosaur attraction and more. With a great looking wooden ride now on the books, perhaps we will see Tayto Park add a steel ride soon?