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6 Scariest Rides to Enjoy in the World

The commonly found reasons why teens go for adventurous rides include either they want to overcome the fear of flying or they are in love with blood-curdling experiences.

No matter what reason you have, amusement park rides are always a hit-show to relish and experience whenever possible.

Just in case you have been searching for some of the best fun rides in the world, then we have some cool suggestions:

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While rides demand a world tour, if you want to feel the real thrill, it’s not a bad deal for adventurous travellers:

Germany – Sky Scream Roller Coaster

Situated in the grand Holiday Park of Germany, this Sky Scream Roller Coaster is at the height of 45 meters and runs on a maximum speed of 100 km/h.

Made of steel, the manufacturers of this fantastic roller coaster is Premier Rides, which stepped into this business on 12th April 2014.

As per reports, somewhere € 8 million are spent on its making. What makes it a unique and much-loved ride is its incredible themes, including- zombies, Undead, and Vampires.

Dallas, U.S – Nothing But Net

Located within the centre of the Zero Gravity Amusement Park in Dallas, this Nothing But Net ride tests your patience and courage at its best.

The moment you start enjoying being on a certain height, it drops you down without any intimation into a safety net. Those who have experienced it says, when it drops down from a whopping height of 130 foot, it seems you are going down in hell directly. Yes, one more thing, there is no parachute, no straps given.

Las Vegas – Big Shot

This ride is on a height of 160 ft (49 meters), which makes it the longest ride in the world to hop on.

The Big Shot runs on a speed of 45 mph (72 km/h) and lasts for 35 seconds. Riding on this pneumatically powered tower may not last for long but will make you skip your heartbeat for sure.

Las Vegas – Insanity Ride

When you see it from the ground level, it seems like a dragon’s hand is expanding almost to pick you up.

Although the vision is scary, yet it’s best to boost yourself after a mundane day at work. It almost on a height of 64 feet on the edge of the Stratosphere Tower. This extended mechanical arm expands to send chills down your spine.

England – Superman Ride of Steel

Located at Six Flags New England in Agawam, Superman Ride of Steel opened for the public on the 5th of May, 2000.

Built at a height of 208 feet (63 meters), the overall cost of manufacturing was $12,000,000. The Superman ride replaced the Riverside Park Speedway.

The best thing that attracts maximum people is its virtual reality feature giving its passengers a 3D view of the ride. And undoubtedly, it tenfolds fun.

New Jersey – Kingda Ka

Designed by Werner Stengel and manufactured by Intamin, Kingda Ka is situated at the Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey.

It takes the passengers to a height of 456 feet (139 meters) and then drops to 418 feet (127 meters). The ride covers a distance of 3,118 feet (950 meters) within 28 seconds at a speed of 128 mph (206 km/h), which is enough to give you a thrilling experience.

So, which rides are you going to try first?

The Final Word

Adventurous rides are the most preferred fun element due to which many amusement parks all around the world are making some big money.

Once you will overcome all your fears, there is no bigger joy than riding on your favourite roller coaster and shouting your guts out in joy and excitement.

Do you have some interesting stories to share about your amusement rides? Do let us know in the comments section below:

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