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.
#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.
#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.
#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.
Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park
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