6 best roller coasters in the world

Articles Sep 10, 2019 02:41

Rollercoaster in the world has many types and is present in many different countries. This is a special type of entertainment for people who are adventurous and experiencing a high sense of experience.

Scroll down below to see the best gliders in the world – from classic rides that are screened in popular movies and books, up to the steel monsters reaching speeds of up to 240 miles per hour.

1. Space Mountain 

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  Space Mountain is an outdoor steel double-speed roller coaster themed out of the Dark universe in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom amusement park at Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida, just outside Orlando, Florida.   

Opened on 15 Jan 1975, Space Mountain is the oldest active rollercoaster in the state of Florida, and the original version of the iconic attraction has been copied at all the Walt Disney companies. Space Mountain has undergone several changes since its opening, including a complete replacement of trains in 1989 and 2009 as well as an incremental upgrade to incorporate modern rollercoaster technology. It has also seen a number of cosmetic enhancements to the entry factor, queue and post-program, many of the elements needed by changes in corporate funding over the years.

2. Steel Dragon 2000

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  Japan is not only the most bustling intersection in the world, but the longest roller coaster in the world. On Steel Dragon, the crank riders on a fun trip lasting four minutes with a threshold of 8,000 feet. And while it may not be the fastest glider in the world, Steel Dragon is known as the fastest non-launch trip, reaching an extreme speed of 95 miles per hour. The glider got its name because it opened in 2000, the Year of the dragon, a symbol that fits for a strong ride.  

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4. Intimidator 305

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  Intimidator 305 is an Intamin Giga roller coaster located in Kings Dominion in Doswell, Virginia. It is the third non-launch rollercoaster up to 300 feet (91.4 meters), after the millennium and the 2000 steel Dragon.  

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5. Top Thrill Dragster

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  Top Thrill Dragster is a steel floor roller coaster located in Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, United States. It was designed by Intamin, who signed production contracts for Stakotra production. It was opened in 2003 as the first complete rollercoaster with a height exceeding 400 feet.   

This is one of only two existing elites, the other being Kingda Ka at Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey. Top Thrill Dragster is the second hydraulic rollercoaster launched by Intamin, which opens after the Xcelerator at Knott's Berry Farm. The vessel was launched to 120 mph in 3.8 seconds.  

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6. X2

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  One of Six Flags Magic Mountain's typical steel rollercoaster, X2 is one of the strongest monsters. Formerly known as X, X, X2 was the first, fourth roller coaster in which the seat could be rotated independently of the rail's direction. In the case of X2, the four-track rails allow the seat to rotate 360 degrees forward or backward in a controlled rotation. The first drop-off point for this southern California favorite is 20 floors (212 feet), at 88.8 degrees, allowing the ship to reach a maximum speed of 76 MPH. X2 's 3,600-foot course has two crow rings, two inverted, parachuting, flip upside and flip front twist. The only downside-is that one of the two most popular rides in the park (along with Tatsu), the waiting time usually exceeds 2 hours.  

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