The Outlaw Mountain Coaster is the longest coaster in North America at more than 6,280 linear feet. The track near Christie Peak Express descends more than 400 vertical feet, rises up to 40 feet above the ground, and features dips, waves, and 360-degree turns.

Tickets may be purchased at the Main Ticket Office in One Steamboat Place as well as the Gondola Bay ticket windows.
Single ride and add-on ticket prices will go up $5 during peak times. 12/26 – 12/31, 01/18 – 01/19, 02/15 – 02/16
SINGLE USE TICKETS
ADULT
CHILD (12 and UNDER)
Single Use Mountain Coaster
$ 20
$ 15
Single Use Mountain Coaster Additional Ride
$ 15
$ 10
Unlimited Coaster Ride 5 Day Pass
$ 59
$ 49
Tickets are non-transferable and date specific. Waiver required to be signed by participant, parent or guardian

General INFORMATION

  • Ride takes approximately 10 minutes to complete
  • Riders travel over a mile on an elevated track at speeds up to 27 mph/43 kph
  • Sleds are on an elevated track featuring curves, turns (including hairpin turns), and steep descents
  • Riders must have upper and lower body control and must be able to sit upright with head against the seat back

Save time by filling out your waiver in advance.

Click here to fill out online waiver form
Signed waiver forms are required for participants purchasing an all-day pass, twilight pass or outlaw mountain coaster ride. Kids 17 and under need a parent to sign a waiver of liability for them.
WINTER HOURS
Outlaw Mountain Coaster opens for the Winter 19/20 season on November 15, 2019.

Nov. 15 - Dec. 11
Daily 11:00am - 4:30pm
Dec. 12 - 18
Thurs - Mon 11:00am - 8:30pm
Tues - Weds 11:00am - 4:30pm
Dec. 19 - 31*
Daily 11:00am - 8:30pm
Jan. 1 - Feb. 17**
Thurs - Mon 11:00am - 8:30pm
Tues - Weds 11:00am - 4:30pm
Feb. 18 - Mar. 6
Thurs - Mon 11:00am - 8:30pm
Tues - Weds 11:00am - 6:00pm
Mar. 7 - Mar. 30
Thurs - Mon 11:00am - 9:00pm
Tues - Weds 11:00am - 6:00pm
Mar. 30 - Apr. 12
Daily 11:00am - 6:00pm
*Closing at 4:30pm on Christmas Eve.
**Closing at 4:30pm on Super Bowl Sunday, February 2nd
Hours of operation are weather permitting and subject to change
• Between 54 inches and 84 inches tall (137/213 centimeters)
• Must be physically able to sit in an upright position with head against the seatback and use safety restraints
• Capable of understanding and obeying all verbal and written instructions
• Capable of visually identifying sled in front of them to maintain safe following distance
• Able to operate brake levers to control the speed of the sled
• Driver must be 16 years or older when piloting sled with passenger
• Weight cannot exceed 375 lbs. /170 kg in dry conditions and 330 lbs. /150 kg in wet conditions
• At least 38 inches/97 centimeters tall
• Minimum age of 3 years
• Must be shorter than the driver
• Between 45 and 187 lbs. (20/85 kg)
• Capable of holding onto front handle while sled is in motion
• Total weight of people for sled cannot exceed 375 lbs. /170 kg in dry conditions and 330 lbs. /150 kg in wet conditions
• Must be accompanied by a driver 16 years or older
Guests who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol of any kind may not participate in this activity. Guests with the following medical conditions may not participate in this activity:
• Pregnant or think they may be pregnant
• Current injury resulting in casts, slings, braces, boots or other similar temporary medical device
• Broken or fractured bones, sprains, and strains
• Heart condition history
• Seizure history or condition
• History of back or neck injury
• Any other medical condition that prevents guest from following the safety rules and guidelines posted at the coaster
• Must sign a release of liability waiver
• Participants must obey all posted signs and instructions
• All loose clothing, hats and hair below shoulder length shall be secured prior to starting the ride
• No food or gum is allowed on the ride
• Participants must remain seated at all times and keep their arms and legs inside the sled for the duration of the ride
• Driver must maintain at least 80 feet /24 meters in dry conditions or 160 feet/48 meters in wet/night conditions between their sled and the sled in front of them on the track, except when entering the unload terminal
• Driver is responsible for controlling the speed, distance between other sleds and stopping at the finish
• Stopping on the track is only permitted in the event of an emergency
• No backpacks or bags allowed on the ride

Please note: You many not use your cell phone or other device on the ride and you may not ride if you are, or an attendant feels that you are, under the influence of drugs or alcohol of any kind.

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