By Paula @ Holiday World
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Spoiler Alert: We have a winner! The answer and winner are listed at the bottom of this post.* Thanks to all for your guesses.

We woke up this morning to a beautiful snowfall.

At one point, the flakes were nearly as large as a Mammoth boat.

Really.

Nathan bundled up and headed out to take some snow photos. (Actually, I think he preferred the chill to the racket here in our office – we have some construction going on today.)

To celebrate the beauty (and our gratefulness that this isn't turning into a blizzard), let's have a quick photo contest.

All we need is for you to identify, via email (we provide the address below) the name of the coaster and the portion of the ride that we show. (Hint: the answer is not "the track"; we want you to identify where on the circuit this photo was taken.)

The prize? Two one-day tickets for this season.

… when it's warm and the snow is long gone.

A few rules:

1. Must be 13 or older to enter.

2. Must not be an employee or immediate family member of Holiday World & Splashin' Safari.

3. Just one entry per email address, please.

4. First person to email us with the correct answer wins. If no one guesses exactly, we'll go with whoever came closest. This one's pretty easy, though (not like that last contest!).

How to enter? Must be by email and to this address: contest@holidayworld.com. (If you win, we'll contact you via email, so please be sure to use an address you check frequently.)

Good luck. And stay warm!

*Congrats to Don K. from Kirksville, Missouri, who knew this photo is of the last curve on Raven, just before the train hits the brakes outside of the station.

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24 Responses to “Snow Coaster Contest”

  1. Katey Freiberer

    That would be the Legend, covered with pretty snow. Specifically it is he part of the track leading up to he biggest hill.

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  2. April Schue

    This is The Legend! The last turn before you get to the end of the ride heading into the entry of the coaster!

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  3. Thomas Pierson

    Picture is taken from the 3rd to last curve on the raven looking backwards on the track. In the half hoop behind the last curve before you re-enter the station.

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  4. Melissa Martin

    That is the Raven… the camera is looking at the “up” view.. the coaster does down from the top. It is a pretty site with the snow on it.

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  5. Brian R.

    It’s just before the break run on Legend, the cameraman is looking the “wrong” way down the track, back towards the lift hill.

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