The ride begins with a left-hand turnaround just out of the station, leading on to a straight stretch of track that takes the train back past the station and to the lift. The lift begins at the foot of the woods, and climbs about 80 feet high. At the top of the lift there is a right-hand turn that leads to the first drop. The first drop is 86 feet and features some really nice airtime in the back of the train; at the bottom of the drop there is a 120-foot tunnel.
Upon leaving the tunnel the train rises back up and into a right-hand turn, producing some good airtime in the front of the train. There then follows a small, yet airtime filled drop, before the train makes a picturesque banked curve over Lake Rudolph. By now the train is really starting to motor, although only traveling at a maximum speed of 48mph, the ride feel much faster!
After the curve, the train re-enters the woods and climbs up to take a left-hand turn. A small drop follows, featuring yet more airtime for the back of the train. There then follows a surprise 61-foot drop that produces major negative g's all the way down for the entire train - Wow! However, that's not it; from now on the ride just goes totally insane! The train is now racing through the woods, passing over sudden turns that produce some wonderful laterals. The train is totally out of control, and in the dark you just don't know which way you are going to go next.