Yaw! the horses are whipped into motion and set us off at a decent pace. The horses speed, and we drop over a hill, and rise into a banked turn. The outlaws seem lost, they're thrown off their game. The stage coach keeps rolling over more hills and banks, but the outlaws have caught up. We need a serious move if we don't want a holdup. The horses are whipped, the clicks of their feet speed up, and they steer us into a double-barrel-roll.
We're going to make it, we're going to make it. Dust flies up around us as the horses land, I look back, they're gone. We made it. One thing is for sure - here at Silver Dollar City, the good guys always win.
Height: 107 feet
Length: 2,937 feet
Top Speed: 68 mph
Drop: 162 feet
My Thoughts: Outlaw run is a fun ride that never lets up. It isn't so scary that not everyone will ride, but it gives an amazing ride with unique elements that the coaster enthusiasts crave. Rocky Mountain Construction are the minds behind this masterpiece, and they really have a winner on their hands. There is some excellent airtime, even "sideways" airtime on the over banked hills, and a killer double barrel roll finale. The theming also adds to the experience, the riders are the stagecoach drivers speeding up the travel, steering away from the outlaws.
Outlaw Run's final score: 9.5/10 - A top ten coaster