The Mustang Mountain Coaster will open in Estes Park in May; in the meantime, they've released a video teasing the ride. Hold on.

The Northern Colorado area, if not the entire state, is highly anticipating Colorado's newest alpine coaster, the Mustang Mountain Coaster.

Located on the Walker Ranch, which has been in operation since 1959, this is truly going to be a great way to see the beauty of Estes Park while having a blast.

The two-person cars are controlled by a hand-brake, so the driver can decide on how slow or how fast (go fast) they want to experience what Mustang Mountain Coaster calls, 'The Experience.'

You'll get in your car, and be pulled up a straight track to the top. From there gravity will get you back to where the experience began. What goes up, must come down, it just all depends on how quickly you want to get back down.

Tickets range from $10 (for one kid's pass) up to $1,000 to ride as often as you like for a lifetime. Like a lifetime, that's a lot of UPS and DOWNS.

Set to open Memorial Day Weekend of 2021, you can count on a lot of folks wanting to take a ride in its inaugural season.

Get more on Mustang Mountain Coaster HERE.

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