Montaña Infinitum

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Montaña Triple Loop
Montaña Infinitum en La Feria Chapultepec Mágico.JPG
Montaña Triple Loop in August 2007
La Feria Chapultepec Magico
Coordinates 19°24′59″N 99°11′44″W / 19.41639°N 99.19556°W / 19.41639; -99.19556Coordinates: 19°24′59″N 99°11′44″W / 19.41639°N 99.19556°W / 19.41639; -99.19556
Status Operating
Opening date 2007
General statistics
Type Steel
Manufacturer Anton Schwarzkopf
Designer Werner Stengel
Height 111 ft (34 m)
Length 3,444 ft (1,050 m)
Speed 53 mph (85 km/h)
Inversions 3
Capacity 1,500 riders per hour
G-force 4.7
Height restriction 48 in (122 cm)
Montaña Triple Loop at RCDB
Pictures of Montaña Triple Loop at RCDB

Montaña Infinitum is a roller coaster at La Feria Chapultepec Magico in Mexico City, Mexico. It was the World's first roller coaster with 3 vertical loops.

Manufactured by Anton Schwarzkopf, it was originally purchased by showman Rudolf Barth in 1984 who operated it as "Dreier Looping" for 12 years on the German fair circuit.

After this, it was the main attraction in three major theme parks: first spending 2 years in Sunway Lagoon as Triple Loop Coaster, next it spent 5 years in Flamingo Land as Magnum Force, and finally at its current location at La Feria Chapultepec Magico, as Montaña Triple Loop.

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