Are you scared of heights? Then you better avoid these rides!
We present you the Top 20 highest roller coasters of the world!
20. Goliath (Park: Six Flags Magic Mountain, USA) – 235 ft (72 m)
Goliath is a steel roller coaster manufactured by Giovanola of Switzerland. The hypercoaster is located in the Goliath Plaza section of Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California. It is promoted with a sub-tropical theme that is characterized by ruins of the ancient Mayan civilization. The ride is nearly identical to Titan at Six Flags Over Texas.
18. Der Schwur des Karnan/Oath of Karnan (Park: Hansa-Park, Germany) – 239 ft (73 m)
The Oath of Kärnan (“Der Schwur des Kärnan”) is a steel roller coaster at Hansa-Park, located in Sierksdorf, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
18. Silver Star (Park: Europa-Park, Germany) – 239 ft (73 m)
Silver Star is a roller coaster located at Europa-Park, a theme park in Rust, Germany. The coaster has a height of 73 metres (239 ft), placing it in the hyper coaster category. Silver Star has 3 trains which seat 36 people each, giving an hourly capacity of 1,750 passengers. This hypercoaster is situated in the French area of Europa Park and is sponsored by Mercedes-Benz.
17. Coaster Through the Clouds (Park: Nanchang Wanda Theme Park, China) – 242 ft (74 m)
16. Titan (Park: Six Flags Over Texas, USA) – 246 ft (75 m)
Titan is a steel hyper coaster located at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas. Unlike most hypercoasters, Titan is a combination of an out and back roller coaster and a twister roller coaster. It is the tallest, fastest, and longest coaster in Texas.
14. Shambhala (Park: Port Aventura Park, Spain) – 249 ft (76 m)
Shambhala: Expedición al Himalaya is a steel hypercoaster roller coaster located at PortAventura Park in Salou and Vilaseca, Spain. Shambhala is named and themed after the inaccessible land in the Himalayas: Shambhala. It was announced to the public on 24 October 2011, and opened to the public on 12 May 2012.
14. Eejanaika (Park: Fuji-Q Highland, Japan) – 249 ft (76 m)
Eejanaika is a “4th Dimension” coaster, a design in which the seats can rotate forward or backward 360 degrees in a controlled spin. This is achieved by having four rails on the track: two of these are running rails while the other two are for spin control. The two rails that control the spin of the seats move up and down relative to the track and spin the seats using a rack and pinion gear mechanism.
13. Hyperion (Park: Energylandia, Poland) – 252 ft (77 m)
Hyperion is a steel roller coaster located at Energylandia in Zator, Poland. The ride was manufactured by Swiss manufacturer Intamin and opened on 14 July 2018. It is themed to a fictional mission to Saturn’s moon Hyperion and reaches a height of 77 metres (252 ft), has a maximum speed of 142 kilometres per hour (88 mph), and features several hills and banked turns. As of 2019, Hyperion is the tallest, fastest, and longest roller coaster in Poland.
12. Fujiyama (Park: Fuji-Q Highland, Japan) – 259 ft (79 m)
Fujiyama is a steel roller coaster at Fuji-Q Highland, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan. When Fujiyama opened in 1996 it was the world’s tallest roller coaster at 259 feet (79 m), and had the largest drop in the world at 230 feet (70 m).
11. Thunder Dolphin (Park: Tokyo Dome City, Japan) – 262 ft (80 m)
Thunder Dolphin is a steel roller coaster at the Tokyo Dome City Attractions amusement park, which is part of Tokyo Dome City in Tokyo, Japan. Following an incident in which a 25 cm long bolt fell from the ride while in motion on 5 December 2010, injuring a 9-year-old visitor, operation of the ride was suspended until 1 August 2013, when the ride reopened.