Our lives are not measured by the long spans we live them, but by the moments that are unerasable from our memory. On most instances, a thrilling rush or a surge of adrenaline will be that very moment for you. And there is no better way to achieve that than to do so in a roller coaster. Watch the videos for real thrill rides experience.
We bring you the world’s most scariest rides for your ultimate adrenaline rush.
Kingda Ka at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey
Kingda Ka does not hold any rivalry. It is the world’s second fastest and the world’s tallest roller coaster. The train is boosted by special hydraulic launchers and the topmost point is a 456 feet drop. The roller coaster accelerates to 20 km/hr in 3.5 seconds.
X2 Six Flags Magic Mountain in Los Angeles
The iconic roller coaster Six Flags Magic Mountain ride recently underwent a renovation and the end outcome is X2, an all-out “4D” ride. It is 4D because the seats revolveand rotate by themselves, as well as slide sideways out of their racks.
Formula Rossa at Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi
Formula Rossa is the fastest roller coaster of the world. Having a top speed of 240 km/hr, the initial acceleration happens in 5 seconds. It means that the riders experience a speedforce more than the fastest racecar of the world. To avoid airborne particles puncturing the eyes, riders have to wear safety goggles . Savage, isn’t it?
Leap of Faith at Atlantis in the Bahamas
A drop of 70-degree rushing through a see-through tube in seconds.The tube is encircled by a number of sharks in a lagoon. You go and decide what’s more scarier than this…..
Alpine Slide at Action Park in Vernon, New Jersey
One of the most fatal and lethal rides in the world, this alpine slide left riders bruised and battered because of the crude construction of its slide, rode down at insane speeds coupled with swimwear wearing riders on a sled. The end journey was always some riders flying off the edge into the embankment area around.
SCAD tower at Tivoli Friheden in Denmark
Snapshot this. You are taken up from the ground by a scaffolding to a height of 100 ft over a chasm. Then, you are dropped with your face up at a whooping speed of 88 km/hr. Since you’re facing towrds the sky, you don’t know that there will be a safety net catching you at the end. You will get a near death experience YO…
Insanity atop the Stratosphere Tower in Las Vegas
This ride is rightly named. You have to sit on a mechanical seat arm, which hangs out of the top of a tower, above 900 feet. And then comes the mind boggling twist as you’re spun at a speed of 3 G’s ( an acceleration of 0-100 km/hr in 1.42 sec), at a 70-degree angle. You can accomplish pretty much any daredevil task, if you live to tell the tale.
Fahrenheit at Hersheypark in Hershey, Pennsylvania
This is the father of many insane rides. Ride up to 121 feet, then a 97-degree negative drop, following a 107-degree inverted loop, then enjoy a cobra roll, then a corkscrew roll, following an airborne hill-time (where your belly appears to be floating), then an S-shaped joint, and this is just half. The entire ride gets end in a minute and a half. Craziness would be an understatement
Tower of terror dreamworld gold coast Australia
It is the tallest ride in the southern hemisphere. Tower of Terror got its name because of its climb to a 100 ft tower. Wait this is just the beginning. As soon as riders are on the extreme top, they are rushed backwards to a zero-gravity drop attaining a whooping speed of 161 km/hr in just 7 seconds. Riders screaming is all you hear!!!!
Superman – Ride of Steel at Six Flags in New England Agawam, Massachusetts
You need balls of steel, for this ride of steel. This has won the most awards and is the best roller coaster in America. It’s unique feature is a 221-foot drop into a tunnel, and then a hill section where the rider’s stomach feels weightless for about 10 seconds. People have been heard saying that they felt jelly-legged after exiting the ride.
Colossus Thorpe Park Chertsey, Surrey, U.K.
Sure, Britain’s mostly dull climate may appear like a awkward choice for a theme park, but this roller coaster, built in year 2002, still holds the record for most number of inversions: 10. It flips riders over and over again in maneuvers called the double corkscrew, the quadruple heart-line roll and a cobra roll.