Roller coaster rides are one of the most popular amusement park attractions. They are thrilling, exciting, and provide a great adrenaline rush. Roller coasters can be found in amusement parks all over the world, and are enjoyed by people of all ages.
Apart from their speed, roller coaster rides are famous for their sky-high heights. Their ability to provide the adrenaline rush remains unparalleled as the rollercoasters are not only renowned for their speed but also their heights.
Here is the list of the world's tallest rollercoaster rides in the world:
The world’s highest roller coaster ride is Kindga Ka with a maximum height of 456 feet. Located at Six Flags Great Adventure, in New Jersey, United States is also the second fastest roller coaster ride with a speed of 206 km/h. This intense and thrilling ride makes sure to give the riders an adrenaline rush with its nose-diving height and great speed. It has a U-Shaped upside-down track and is also known as the King.
Top Thrill Dragster
Located at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, United States, Top Thrill Dragster is the second-tallest roller coaster ride. It reaches a maximum height of 420 feet with a top speed of 193 km/h. This steel roller coaster ride was opened to the public on 4th May 2003. A vertical drop with a lot of series and turns is more than enough to give you goosebumps.
Superman the Escape
The epic roller coaster, which affirms its reputation with a height of 415 feet is the third highest roller coaster ride in the world. It is located at Six Flags Great Adventure, in Valencia, California. The ride is bound to give the adrenalin rush to its riders with a speed of 160 km/h.
The mighty red force is located at Ferrari Land in Salou, Spain, and accomplishes a height of 367 feet. It is Europe’s tallest roller coaster ride with a speed of 180 km/h. It has an adrenalin-pumping experience for its riders which leaves them feeling exhilarated. It is a completely unforgettable experience.
Steel Dragon 2000
Steel Dragon 2000, taking its name from Chinese astrology in which 2000 represents the Dragon, is located at Nagashima Spa Land at Cedar Point. It is the fifth-highest roller coaster ride with a height of 318 feet. It offers a traditional lift hill, with a maximum speed of 153 km/h. Steel Dragon 2000 is also the longest track with a length of 2479 meters.
Roller coaster rides, without any doubt, provide a thrilling experience. These rides are not for weakhearted people, but for those who love adventures and want an adrenalin rush.