The T-Express is the largest realized wooden roller coaster and consists of two complex and completely different track characteristics of a spacious Out&Back and a crowded twister course on a terrain with a natural height difference of about 20 meters.
In the first section of the route, the train is guided over a 180° panoramic curve before tackling the steepest descent of a wooden roller coaster: With a gradient of 77°, the train races down around 45 meters before passing a valley and at almost 110 km /h thunder towards a parabolic shaped hill.
Its descent will be so twisted that the train will bank with brute force in a high-speed curve, which leads with a 225° arc length over the roller coaster structure and other sections of the track and turns into a half figure eight loop. This will make particular use of the hilly topography of the Everland theme park and lead over the rocks close to the ground.
In the downward loop, the top speed is almost reached again, crossing the valley twice after the first descent, and then following the uphill terrain to pass a block brake. The latter guarantees the use of three moves. The first 500 meters or so promise high speed and an extreme game of acceleration in the extensive course. Finally, the almost 1000 meter long Twister course.
The T-Express opened in Spring 2008 at Everlast Park in South Korea.