Looking for the biggest roller coaster drop? Whether it's to win that bet on who has ridden the biggest/scariest/longest roller coaster, or looking to find the biggest drops just so you can brag that you've been on them. Here's a list of some of the top rides in the world. If you've not heard of some of these, you need to start planning your next holiday!
Top 5 Roller Coasters in Europe
1) Millennium Force at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio (305 feet tall; 90 mph)
2) Steel Dragon 2000 at Nagashima Spa Land Amusement Park near Mount Fuji, Japan (247 feet tall; 83 mph)
3) Takabisha at Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park near Mount Fuji, Japan (135 feet tall; 75 mph)
4) Kingda Ka at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson Township, New Jersey (420 feet tall; 128 mph)
When it comes to the best roller coasters on the planet, there are countless factors weighing into that important decision. As we have seen above, some of these factors include the highest drop, most inversions, fastest speed as well as anticipation ratings. Of course all of these elements greatly influence what the ultimate coaster experience is for you and your family or friends. That said, there can be a lot of value in simply using all of the above factors to help you come up with a solid list of best roller coasters all in one place.
Also Read This: What is the difference between Global Entry, TSA PreCheck?