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Daredevil Climbers Traverse Roller Coaster Tracks at Toverland in The Netherlands

For some people, riding roller coasters isn’t enough of a thrill. For a group of YouTubers, they recently got a chance to climb roller coaster tracks all over Toverland.

The group of guys known as Smoare actually got permission from the park to pull off these stunts. Unlike a few YouTubers we have covered here in the past at Theme Park University.  The question is, does this make you want to visit the park more? More importantly, do you think this will spur copycats who want to do the same stunts without permission? Check out their full video with all kinds of stunts around Toverland below!

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