"The Smiler will reopen for the 2016 season which starts on 19th March," a Merlin Entertainments spokesperson said in a statement emailed to CNBC.
The £18 million ($25.1 million) ride was shut down in June, after a carriage with 16 passengers collided with an empty, stationary carriage.
All 16 individuals faced some form of injury with five being seriously hurt, including one man who needed treatment for a collapsed lung, and two women who had to undergo leg amputations.
Following the crash, the attraction undertook its own investigation and published results last November, saying they found "no technical or mechanical problems with the ride itself."
"The investigation concluded that the incident was the result of human error culminating in the manual override of the ride safety control system without the appropriate protocols being followed," a statement in response to the report said.