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Samurai Summit

Six Flags Magic Mountain
Samurai Summit is a super small section and very easy to miss if you don't look for it. It has a Japanese theme that has been consistent since the opening of the park, just with a change of name. The decor feels reminiscent of American Dragon: Jake Long so that early 2000’s type of Asian representation. Since it only really has 2 attractions (Ninja & Superman Escape from Krypton) it’s acceptable to miss it if you're not a fan of those attractions.

Top 2 Things to do in Samurai Summit

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Ride Ninja
This is a hanging coaster that's perfect for families as it takes you on a tour around the back area of Six Flags Magic Mountain. You swish around on your speed boat, nearly touching down on a pond before flying back up again into the trees. 
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Ride Superman: Escape from Krypton
This terrifying coaster zooms you across the park and straight up... before dropping you straight back down and back again. If you have the courage to fly like the Man of Steel, this ride is the one for you!

Rides & Attractions


Relaxing (Slow with Little or No Elevation Changes) | Mild (Slow to Moderately Fast with Potentially Higher Elevation)

Thrilling (Fast with Potential High Elevations & Loops) | Wild (Intense Speeds, Extreme Heights, and/or Loops)
Height: 42"
Intensity Level: Mild
Swing back and forth like a samurai sword on Ninja! This unique coaster offers a suspended swinging system, one of only four in the America. The seats are attached to the track above you so enjoy the pendulum motions are you navigate the track.
Superman: Escape from Krypton
Height: 48"
Intensity Level: Wild
Experience the power of having Superman's cape on Escape from Krypton! Launch is at 90° where you'll go 415' in the the air and feel true exhiliration. Gravity will feel like it's not work for about 6.5 seconds and then your cape stops working. You'll go slamming back down at 92 mph so hold on for your own sake!
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