Ravine Flyer II is a hybrid woodenroller coaster that is located at Waldameer Park in Erie, Pennsylvania, United States. It was ranked as the best new ride of 2008 by Amusement Today Magazine. The Ravine Flyer II took place of the park's old Ravine Flyer, which was removed in 1938 due to a tragedy resulting in a man's death. Initial concepts for the replacement ride were developed by Custom Coasters International in the early 1990s, further developed by Dennis McNulty several years later, then finalized and constructed by The Gravity Group with Jeff Mason overseeing construction. It currently holds the record for the tallest drop on a wooden roller coaster (120 feet) in Pennsylvania and the 9th largest drop on a wooden roller coaster in North America.
After leaving the station, the trains immediately travel over the transfer track, making a short drop and left hand turn to the lift hill. After climbing the lift hill, the train immediately descends the first drop, turning sharply to the right, and travels an airtime hill, crossing Peninsula Drive. The tracks curve to the right, then left, while ascending into the far turn around, curving to the right and ascending to the top of the second major drop. The trains descend into the second crossing of Peninsula Drive over an air time hill. This is immediately followed by a pair of tunnels enclosing small air time hills, and an ascending turn to the left. The track makes a slight descending left hand turn before entering the 90° banked right turn, then travels underneath the lift hill. The track continues turning to the right, traveling a bunny hop hill and making a final right hand turn before entering the brake run and returning to the station.