The battle rolls to Abu Dhabi for the world's fastest roller coaster, then to Spain for an unbelievable 256-ft drop, and finally to the US for the world's longest and tallest flying coaster. Which will whip ...Go to Episode
Hold on to your Hershey’s Kisses before you board one of this park’s stomach-churning rides. This 107-year-old park has some of the most extreme coasters on earth, including Skyrush, boasting a 200-foot climb and 5 airtime hills.
100 W. Hersheypark Drive, Hershey, PA 17033
Holiday Park is home to Expedition GeForce, which scales the lift hill, rising 18 stories high. In an instant, the ride plummets down the twisting 82-degree incline drop, pinning passengers to their seats.
Holidayparkstraße 1-5, 67454 Haßloch, Germany
Kings Dominion in Doswell, VA, is home to the Intimidator 305, a big, bad beast measuring 5,000-ft of twisting track that gives riders the experience of a blistering NASCAR race.
16000 Theme Park Way Doswell, VA 23047
This thrill-ride haven north of Los Angeles has superhero-themed rides like the Green Lantern, but X2 takes rides to another dimension, literally. It's the world’s first 4-D rollercoaster, with seats that flip and rotate for a super-sensory thrill.
26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy, Valencia, CA 91355
In a coastal city 2 hours south of Venice, Italy, a rapid-fire coaster rules instead of a lazy gondola ride. The iSpeed at Mirabilandia blasts riders at a 90-degree vertical shot up an 18-story peak.
PortAventura Park is home to Shambhala, the tallest rollercoaster in Europe. Shambhala climbs a massive 249-feet into the air. The 256-foot drop separates this mythical monster from other coasters.
Avinguda Alcalde Pere Molas, Salou, Spain 43480
In Upper Marlboro, Maryland, a short drive from Washington, DC, is Six Flags America. The park’s top coaster Superman: Ride of Steel rockets around 5,300-feet of hills and helixes at a ridiculous 75 mph.
13710 Central Ave, Upper Marlboro, MD 20721
Home to Nitro, a hypercoaster that is over one-mile in length. Hypercoasters focus on height, G-forces, and airtime. The monumental first drop plummets riders down a hair-raising 23 stories.
1 Six Flags Blvd, Jackson, NJ 08527
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