Boreas, Eurus, Zephyrus and Nortus
Race Like the Wind Down Four Paths to Fun!
Are you all up to date on your Greek mythology? Well you might wish you’d studied up before getting to Hurricane Harbor today, because this thrilling quartet of slides will be putting those myths to the test. At this four-slide complex, each brightly-colored tube is named after one of the Greek gods of wind. You’ll climb up a 54-foot tower to face Boreas, the god of the north wind, Eurus, the god of the east wind, Zephyrus, the god of the west wind, and Nortus, of the south.
You see, wind will be playing an important role in your journey back down to the water. On these ultra-fast tube slides, you’ll feel light as air as you’re cutting through curves and careening over sudden drops with the wind in your hair.
Whether you choose to attack an open-air tube or a fully enclosed ride, all four of the slides have different, swiftly twisting upper sections that will spit you out into open air bumpy plummets into the water. With these Greek wind gods at your back, you know you’ll be getting to the bottom in a hurry. And guess what — the exhilarating splashdown will feel the same no matter which slide you choose: wet!
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