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Niagara Falls’ real-life Mario Kart track is open for the season

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The most epic go-cart facility is open for the season. Clifton Hill Niagara has opened the Niagara Speedway Go Karts this week.

Niagara Falls’ real-life Mario Kart track is tall, fast, and Canada’s first ever elevated go-kart race course.

According to Clifton Hill Niagara, the Speedway is a world-class attraction that combines the adrenaline-inducing thrill of kart racing with the remarkable experience of a roller coaster ride.

The course is spread out over four acres with over 2000 linear feet of concrete racing surface, running through a four-story helical spiral followed by a two-tiered coaster style ramp that runs into another spiral.

Boasting a 40-foot elevated spiral track that drops down an undulated ramp into a race course, driving on the Niagara Speedway will make you feel like you’re cruising on a real-life Mario Kart track.

Tickets will cost drivers $12.00 (Per five-minute race), and passengers will cost $4.00 (per five-minute race).

There are restrictions as well.

Drivers must have a minimum height of 58″ and maximum height 78″. As for passengers, the minimum height is 40″ and maximum height 60″.

And to carry a passenger, the driver must be a minimum of 18 years of age, or the parent or legal guardian of the passenger.

Get ready for the ride of a lifetime!


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