Zeus begins with a small drop out of the station and into a left-hand turnaround. The lift hill follows, and takes riders 90 feet in the air, towering above the trees. At the top of the lift there is a left-hand turn leading into the first drop. The layout ahead looks exciting as it goes out into the woods and remains pretty close to the ground.
The first drop is 85 feet and is smooth in the front, but a little bumpy in the back. There then follows three bunny hops with slight inclines and declines that produce some great speed, but very little air. A small climb is made into a large turnaround over a swamp, which features some intense laterals, and is quite bumpy in the back. The turnaround makes a complete 270-degree turn, before taking a small drop, and then a right-hand turn. The track is now lined up to run alongside the out section of the ride.
The next drop is a double down that produces some good ejector air in both the front and back. This was my favorite part of the ride, and represented most of Zeuss air. There is then a little more airtime in the front at the top of the next hill. A very tiny slope follows, which leads into a banked right-hand turn featuring a small drop. The train then hits the block brakes, and a small drop takes the ride back into the station.