Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

The 18 Scariest Rollercoasters In The World… NO WAY I’d Ride #11.

#6. Takabisha at Fuji-Q Highland Park in Japan looks impossible, but it's not: It features a 121 foot drop that's also the steepest in the world.

Takabisha at Fuji-Q Highland Park in Japan looks impossible, but it's not: It features a 121 foot drop that's also the steepest in the world.

Ryo Saito

#7. El Toro at Six Flags in New Jersey is the fastest wooden roller coaster in the world. It reaches up to 70 mph speeds, which is pretty impressive for an old-fashioned roller coaster such as this.

El Toro at Six Flags in New Jersey is the fastest wooden roller coaster in the world. It reaches up to 70 mph speeds, which is pretty impressive for an old-fashioned roller coaster such as this.

Six Flags

#8. Sky Scream at Holiday Park in Haßloch, Germany isn't the tallest or longest coaster, but it's got tons of unexpected 360 degree twists, loops, and turns.

Sky Scream at Holiday Park in Haßloch, Germany isn't the tallest or longest coaster, but it's got tons of unexpected 360 degree twists, loops, and turns.

#9. The Ultra Twister at Nagashima Spa Land in Mie Prefecture, Japan puts riders in fiberglass shells and then brings them up a vertical chain lift hill before plummeting them to an 84 degree drop.

#10. Hades 360 at Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin was the first wooden coaster to go upside down.

Hades 360 at  Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin was the first wooden coaster to go upside down.

Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park

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