VIDEO: Haunted Mine Drop opens to public Monday with champagne and screams |

VIDEO: Haunted Mine Drop opens to public Monday with champagne and screams

The Haunted Mine Drop is officially open for business.

Glenwood Cavern’s Adventure Park celebrated the highly anticipated ride‘s opening with a ribbon cutting and champagne toast Monday morning.

The park’s employees and members of the media were then allowed to try the new ride which drops participants down 110 feet into the mountain.

Around 3 p.m. on Sunday, the new Haunted Mine Drop ride was opened for a few hours for a soft opening at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park.

The ride was named one of the year’s most anticipated by USA Today and has already left one PI staff member shaking.

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