Check out the largest steel coaster in Texas… Superman Krypton. It comes in the iconic colors of red, blue, and yellow—but unfortunately they don’t come with a floor. This is a floorless coaster so you can experience the way SUPERMAN flies. Against the stunning backdrop of Six Flags Fiesta’s famous quarry walls, you’ll soar up to a skyscraper height of 168 feet. Then get ready to experience the life of a Super Hero first hand, as you fly through the 4,000-foot course.
There is a real feeling of wide-open space as you zoom from one element to the next. The Krypton Coaster truly lets you spread out your cape and fly free through the wind. You are going to need all that space to pick up speed, because you are about to tackle the second tallest 360 vertical loop in the world. That’s a 145-foot tall loop, and no one else on planet Earth gets to do it except you.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas opened on March 14, 1992 in San Antonio, Texas. Spanning 200 acres (81 ha), the park was originally built to become a destination musical show park with its focus on the musical culture of the state of Texas.