Top 10 Biggest Roller Coaster In The World

Roller coaster are known for the speed and their mind-numbing speeds first scale vertigo induced heights. Some of the roller coasters include underground tunnels, ravines and mind-boggling rides all across the world.

The list below offers the insight of top roller coasters made of steel and you may start to plan your trip to these thrill rides. So, here is the top ten biggest roller coaster in the world 2017.

List of the world’s top 10 biggest roller coaster in 2017

10. Titan 255-Ft Drop

Titan 255-Ft Drop Top popular biggest roller coaster in the world 2018

Type of coaster: Hyper-coaster
Height: 245 feet

Titan 255 was opened in 2001. Titan offers three minute and thirty seconds ride and uses traditional lifts with a soar down of 255-foot drop. It is known to reach its top speed of 85 mph which also gives it position on one of the tallest and fastest coasters in the world. The roll coaster zooms through the 120-foot long tunnel.

9. Intimidator 305- 300-Ft Drop

Intimidator 305- 300-Ft Drop Top 10 biggest roller coaster in the world 2017

Type of coaster: Back and Out Giga-Coaster
Height: 305 feet

Just like the original Giga coaster, Intimidator 305 is everything about crazy speed, wild heights, intense G- force and massive speed. It was opened in 2010. It does not include the inversions and not does it include any sort of gimmicky features like hydraulic launch and board audio. It’s surely based on its thrill and speed and goes to insane heights and rattle riders with good positive Gs to intimidate the hell of the riders.

8. Millennium Force 300-Foot Drop

Millennium Force 300-Foot Drop

Type of coaster: Out and back Giga-Coaster
Height: 310 feet

One of the entries from the Cedar Point in the list of world’s biggest roller coasters is another traditional thrill machine known as Millennium Force. It was opened in 2000. It uses the elevator cable in place of life chains and quickly moves its train to the mammoth height of the 310-foot hill. Speeding at 93 mph, the ride gets intense and people end up experiencing the brief moment of greying out at the bottom of the very first drop. It has incredible speed and height.

7. Leviathan 306-Foot Drop

Leviathan 306-Foot Drop Top biggest rollercoaster in the world 2017

Type of coaster: Out and back Giga-Coaster
Canada’s Wonderland, Ontario, Canada
Height: 306 feet

Another entry from back Giga coaster is Leviathan which was the very first Giga coaster from Mabillard and Bolliger makers of sleek and super smooth coasters. The roller coaster opened in 2012. The ride is incredibly long and tall giving fast and incredibly smooth track.

6. Steel Dragon 2000 307-Foot Drop

Steel Dragon 2000 307-Foot Drop Top most biggest roller coaster in the world 2018

Type of coaster: Out and back terra-coaster
Nagashima Spa Land, Nagashima, Japan
Height: 318 feet

Steel Dragon opened in 2000. Steel Dragon 2000 offer traditional lift chains and rises at an incredible height of 318 feet and when the gravity propels to the heart-melting speed. Within four minutes it covers the length of 8133’ feet and that is the reason it is one of the longest and biggest roller coasters in the world.

5. Fury 325 318-Foot Drop

Fury 325 318-Foot Drop

Type of coaster: Out and back Giga-Coaster
Carowinds, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Height: 325 feet

Here’s another Bolliger and Mabillard maker coaster, Fury 325 was made in 2015. The coaster has one of the best front splashes at Carowinds especially when it passes through the path leading to the main gate. The intense and crazy roller coaster uses well an old traditional lift chain to climb its enormous lift.

4. Tower of Terror II 328-Foot Drop

Tower of Terror II 328-Foot Drop Top most popular biggest roller coaster in the world 2019

Type of coaster: Magnetic shuttle coaster
Dreamworld, Queensland, Australia
Height: 377 feet

Tower of Terror II was opened in 1997. Tower of Terror has straight shoot up on L-shaped track and slowly reaches the top to allow free floating airtime before it retraces the route backwards to the original station. It rockets out the guests from a 206m tunnel at a speed of 161 km/h in 7 seconds. Riders end up soaring 100m dangling for many seconds of stomach-crunching weightlessness at the top of getting back to earth.

3. Superman: Escape from Krypton 328-Foot Drop

Superman Escape from Krypton 328-Foot Drop

Type of coaster: Magnetic shuttle coaster
Six Flags Magic Mountain, Valencia, California
Height: 415 feet

Superman: Escape from Krypton is the third largest and tallest roller coaster in the world. It was opened in 1997 and has a steel shuttle coaster with the speed of 100 mph The groundbreaking speedy ride goes to the top of 415 feet and stays for few seconds before getting back to the ground at a numbing speed giving many riders chill in the bones. The coaster got a makeover in the year 2011 with a new lease on pains, new cars and added the reverse shuttle train to blast out the station more backwards and put passengers back to free falling mode facing forwards.

2. Top Thrill Dragster 400-Foot Drop

Top Thrill Dragster 400-Foot Drop

Type of coaster: Hydraulic launch coaster
Cedar Poiridesnt, Sandusky, Ohio, USA
Height: 420 feet

Cedar point has one of the record breaking roller coaster in the world and the second oldest amusement park in the United States of America. Top Thrill as opened in 2003. Top Thrill held the record of the longest and fastest roller coaster int the world for last few years. However, post the arrival of Kingda Ka, the record has been eclipsed but still, Top thrill is one of the fastest, talent and greater rides in the world.

1. Kingda Ka 418-Foot Drop

Kingda Ka 418-Foot Drop

Type of coaster: Hydraulic launch coaster
Six Flags Great Adventure, Jackson, New Jersey
Height: 456 feet

Kingda Ka was opened in 2005 and one of the tallest roller coaster in the world. It is a steel accelerator which is incredibly fast and tall. It was built by Stakotra. The rain runs through hydraulic launch system at 128 mph and reaches the top at 3.5 seconds reaching the height of 139 m (456 feet). Even though the damage due to thunder lightening in 2009 could not keep the roller coaster ride to return back with massive attraction within three months of repair time.

So what are you thinking? Experience these mind blowing, crazy and intense rides on some of the world’s top roller coaster rides.

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