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Celebrating National Roller Coaster Day with Metrolink!

It’s National Roller Coaster Day today and there isn’t a better way to celebrate the day than to think of the best Southern California roller coasters – all of which are you can get to with Metrolink!

Hold on tight because here are some of our favorites and how you can get there!’

Space MountainDisneyland Park

A quintessential ride experiences at Disneyland. Space Mountain is always thrilling as you dodge past stars and meteors at what feels like the speed of light.

Fun Fact: The maximum speed for Space Mountain is 35 mph, which is the average speed of a Metrolink train!

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The IncredicoasterDisney California Adventure Park

The landmark attraction at Disney California Adventure has you zooming from 0 to 55 mph in 4 seconds as you go over hills and through a loop better than any superhero could. This new attraction is themed to the Disney Pixar film The Incredibles 2.

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Getting to Disneyland is easy! Simply take the Orange County Line to the Anaheim ARTIC Station. From there, you can take the Anaheim Resort Transit directly into the Disneyland Resort entrance.

HangTimeKnott’s Berry Farm

The newest roller coaster in Southern California just opened at Knott’s Berry Farm! HangTime is the first and only dive coaster in the state and has California’s steepest drop at 96 degrees.

Take the Orange County or 91/Perris Valley Line to the Buena Park Station and transfer for free to OCTA Bus 29/A to be dropped off in front of the park.

Twisted ColossusSix Flags Magic Mountain

A classic wooden roller coaster with a twist! This coaster brings wooden coasters to the 21 century by combining them with steel tracks to create an intertwining track, steep banks and unrelenting rolls and spirals. This is one crazy ride you will never forget.

From L.A. Union Station, take the Antelope Valley Line to the Newhall Station. From there take either Santa Clarita Transit route 1 & 2 or 4 & 14 to the McBean Regional Transit Station (MRTC). Both lines service the Newhall Station every 15 minutes. From the MRTC, transfer onto a route 3 & 7 directly to Six Flags Magic Mountain.

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