Notable roller coasters with lift hillsEdit
Steel Dragon 2000 - The tallest roller coaster in the world to not be launched.
Fury 325 - The tallest roller coaster that uses a single chain
A chain lift is propelled by one or two motors located under the lift hill. As the motor turns, it moves the chain. When the train enters the lift hill, the chain dog attaches to the holes in the chain, and it propels the car forward.
|Roller Coaster Descriptions|
|Basic Elements||Brake Run • Lift Hill • Launch Track • Station|
|Advanced Elements||Bunny Hill • Headchopper • Inversions • Pre-Drop • Tunnel|
|Lift/Launch||Lift Hill (Cable Lift • Lift Chain • Elevator Lift • Ferris Wheel Lift • Thrill Lift • Tilt Section)|
|Technology||On-ride camera • On-ride soundtrack • Train • car • Track • Transfer Track • Underfriction • Wheel|
|Other||POV • Queue Line • Rollback • Theming|