Once guests have quelled their need for speed, there is still plenty to do and see, including the breathtaking pyrotechnics panorama that makes up L'International des Feux Loto-Quebec in early summer and various other events and exhibitions scheduled throughout the year.
As with all the parks owned by the Six Flags parent company, La Ronde offers Fright Fest. The annual Halloween celebration includes haunted mazes, special shows, and other features to mark the holiday.
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For an additional fee, the park offers the Flash Pass go-to-the-front-of-the-lines program. VIP tours available for an extra fee (which is quite high).
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From Ottawa: Highway 417 to highway 40 junction. Then take highway 20 towards Montreal. Take Jacques-Cartier bridge exit. Once on the bridge, exit at Parc Jean-Drapeau then follow directions to La Ronde.
From Toronto: Highway 401 to highway 20 towards Montreal. Take Jacques-Cartier bridge exit. Once on the bridge, exit at Parc Jean-Drapeau then follow directions to La Ronde.
- With the aptly named hypercoaster Goliath and the suspended coaster Vampire leading the way, La Ronde has enough thrills to satiate even the most ardent coaster crusaders.
- The kid-friendly Pays de Ribambelle offers gentler fare for the young at heart and small in stature, while the elevated Minirail allows you to plan your day from on high with a leisurely ride around the park.
- Each summer La Ronde also plays host to L'International des Feux Loto-Quebec, the most prestigious international fireworks competitions in the world.
New at the Park:
A competitive boat ride in which passengers will be armed with giant squirt guns.
New for 2012: Vol Ultime
A swinging tower ride, which will climb 45 meters, will test passengers' tolerance for acrophobia.