People enjoying the excitement of being on a roller coaster
The Tallest Roller Coasters To Ride Around The World
On this 4D prehistoric-themed coaster, the seats can rotate independently from the tracks, spinning forwards and backward even while the car is pivoting or in a loop.
At Dinosaurs Park in Jiangsu, China, Dinoconda starts with a reverse ascent of 226 feet before plunging over hills and around hard turns as passengers spin around simultaneously.
Peaking at 230 feet, this coaster at Chongqing Sunac Land amusement park in Chongqing, China, is the world's tallest (and fastest) impulse coaster.
Legendary Twin Dragon
Riders rocket back and forth four times, soaring 74 mph into the sky, weaving around as if riding a serpent's back before spiraling down in reverse up the dragon's "tail."
Nitro at Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey is a hyper-coaster with a 230-foot climb and a 215-foot drop at 80 mph with curves, loops, and 360-degree helix turns.
A hammerhead U-turn makes a 180-degree turn that banks in the opposite direction for a paralyzing swift reversal. Hang on tight, as there are no shoulder restraints.
At Ohio's Kings Island, this coaster has a height of 230 feet, an exhilarating 215-foot drop at a 74-degree angle, and a top speed of 80 mph.
Like a diamondback rattlesnake's path, the tracks wind over six humps, each with weightless airtime, before hitting a splashdown and misting riders.
Located at Canada's Wonderland in Ontario, this is the second-tallest coaster in the country at 230 feet with a 226-foot drop. It reaches a speed of 77 mph.
The Behemoth
Although there are no upper-body restraints, you won't get flung out as you speed down its camelback hills, creating a weightless sensation that lifts riders out of their seats.