Top 10 Tallest Roller Coasters in the World

Wednesday, October 31st 2012. | Tallest


For fans of the game challenging adrenaline, Roller coaster is one of the favorite games. The higher the track and the faster the roller coaster will make your adrenaline increases. Here, we’ll explore the top 10 tallest roller coasters in the world.

10.Titan (245 ft)
Six Flags over Texas – Texas

Titan

Titan

Titan has the highest point 245 feet after the coaster reaches this point, the coaster will fall 255 feet into the tunnel. Titan can reach speeds of 85 Mph max. With the culmination of 255 meters, Titan is one of the tallest roller coasters in the world.

9. Eejanaika (249 ft)

Fuji Q Highland – Japan

Eejanaika

Eejanaika

Eejanaika known as the Second World 4 dimensions coaster. This coaster has received an award from the Guinness world’s record as the most inversions roller coaster in the world.

8. Fujiyama (259 ft)

Fuji-Q Highland – Japan

Fujiyama

Fujiyama

Fujiyama roller coaster built in 1996. Roller coaster is popular as a classic coaster with a max speed of 82 mph. Technically, Fujiyama taller, bigger, and faster than Eejanaika coaster located in the same place.

7. Thunder Dolphin (262.5 ft)

LaQua – Japan

Thunder Dolphin

Thunder Dolphin

Thunder Dolphin coaster is not the fastest or the most vicious. However, the Thunder Dolphin roller coaster is a unique line of unique tracks. Railway line passing through the building will give amazing landscape. The view of the roller coaster is the appeal of the Thunder Dolphin.

6. Millennium Force (310 ft)

Cedar Point – Ohio

Millennium Force

Millennium Force

Millennium Force is a steel roller coaster designed to provide an extraordinary sensation when you are on top of this roller coaster. This roller coaster has also won many awards. According to cedar point, Millennium has won the Golden Ticket of the world’s best roller coaster more than 5 times since 2000. Using the elevator cable system and may encourage riders reach speeds of 92 mph max.


5. Steel Dragon 2000 (318 ft)

Nagashima Spa Land – Japan

Steel Dragon 2000

Steel Dragon 2000

Steel Dragon 2000 is gigacoaster with a series of circles like a dragon’s tail or camel hump. Roller coaster is capable of providing a top speed of 95 mph. With a track length of 8100 feet and used to be the tallest roller coaster in the world before finally emerging the highest roller coaster others.

4. Tower of Terror (377 ft)

Dreamworld, Australia

Tower of Terror

Tower of Terror

Tower of Terror is a reverse freefall coaster that will boost your adrenaline. Tower of terror has a mechanism to lift the train 90 degrees upwards and then pushed backward coaster plunge. Have a top speed of 100 mph and the rider the sensation for 30 seconds.

3. Superman: The Escape (415 ft)
Six Flags Magic Mountain – California

Superman: The Escape

Superman: The Escape

Superman has a peak height of 415 feet, the roller coaster will attract riders and riders drop 328 feet down.

2. Top Thrill dragster (420 ft)
Cedar Point – Ohio

Top Thrill dragster

Top Thrill dragster

Top Thrill dragster coaster elevator riders are vertical and will draw them vertically and then drop 400 meters from the highest point. You will feel the sensation of 17 seconds which is very terrifying.

1. Kingda Ka (456 ft)

Six Flags Great Adventure – New Jersey

Kingda Ka

Kingda Ka

Kingda Ka roller coaster is the tallest roller coaster in the world, stratacoaster this is the second in the list and has a maximum speed of 128 mph. Kingda Ka has followed a series of treatments since 2005 because of wiring problems and lightning strikes. You will be drawn to the cusp and then drop down to the speed of 128 mph.


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