A Coaster out of the Main-Stream
Defy gravity as gushing, crushing jets of water rush your raft through this exceptional coaster experience. Discover a surprise around every corner as you slip and slide at each suspense-filled climb, turn and breathtaking plunge. Surge as the torrents deliver exactly what you want: wild, wonderful white-knuckle thrills!
The Crush 'n' Gusher uphill water coaster ride is a bit off the beaten path at Typhoon Lagoon, look for the "Out of the Way Cay" path.
While in the queue, riders on the Crush 'n' Gusher uphill water coaster choose one of three different ride experiences: the Pineapple Plunger, the Banana Blaster, and the Coconut Crusher.
The three different slides range from 410 to 420 feet long. Each section propels you through twists and turns, tunnels and spillways as you slip and slide towards the final thrilling plunge into Hideaway Bay.
You'll encounter water jets that will push you backwards while careening down this wild waterway.
The back-story at Crush 'n' Gusher is that the water coaster slides were once used to process tropical fruit. The now-abandoned plant "Tropic Calamity" fruit wholesalers, still has some artifacts strewn about like this piece of machinery that guests pass in the queue.
The uphill water coaster's stairs and loading platform is themed as an abandoned tropical fruit processing plant. For some reason, a farm tractor sits atop the building.
Height Restriction : 48 Inches