WIndseeker is the second tallest ride at Carrowinds. The three-minute ride beginswhen the ride’s carriage. featuring 32 passenger Swings, Slowly rotate whileclimbing to the top of the 92m tower. Riders will experience a sense of weightlessness as the Swings reach speeds up to 13.5m/s and the arms extend outward at a 45-degree Angle; promising to givje riders an astonishing panoramicview of not only the park but also the region.


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