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Roller Coaster Review: Der Schwur des Kärnan at Hansa-Park (Sierksdorf, Germany)

Every once in a while, we come across delightful surprises that seemingly come out of nowhere. Recently, one of these surprises came to me in the form of a Gerstlauer Infinity Coaster located in Germany’s only seaside theme park, Hansa-Park. After riding it once, I knew right away that it will fall sweetly somewhere into my Top 10 Roller Coasters list.
Der Schwur des Kärnan’s (The Oath of Karnan) specifications can’t be said to be small: standing proudly at close to 240 feet tall, boasting a 220-foot full-vertical drop, and extending more than 4,000 feet, it’s one of those roller coasters that doesn’t particularly astonish at first but will leave you gasping for air and screaming out joy as the train re-enters the station.
BackgroundDer Schwur des Kärnan was Gerstlauer’s first roller coaster to hit a top height of more than 200 feet. Announced in November 2013, the roller coaster opened to the public on July 1, 2015.
Interestingly enough, the roller coaster opened back then without any…

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