No feeling is more exciting than having a ride on a roller coaster. A day spent at an amusement park is incomplete without experiencing the weightless feeling while sitting on the roller coaster and turning and twisting against the seat. Amusement parks were first started in the year 1800s In England and later on in the USA. In the USA, one of the oldest amusement parks was Coney Island during 1895. Usually, these contraptions are relatively secure as compared to other extreme levels of sports. Therefore, for that risk-taker who is looking for the adrenaline rush, these are the best options. Different roller coasters of the world are in competition in terms of thrilling experiences due to their height. The highly competing factor amongst these roller coasters is the size of their ride. In this article, we are going to share the list of 10 tallest roller coasters all around the world. These tallest Roller Coasters are shared on the basis of the yahoo post shared by Insider Monkey.
Let’s start with the Superman el Ultimo Escape, which is on the 25th position in the list shared by Insider Monkey. This is one of the tallest roller coasters with a height of 219 feet. This roller coaster is of steel and located in Six Flags Amusement Park in New Mexico. This ride was supposed to be started during 2002 but because of the dispute between Six Flags and the Mexican Government, the construction was paused. This was ten resumed in 2004 and public rides were started. The height of the ride was dropped from 205 ft to 74.6 mph. The next roller coaster on the list is Nitro which is also a steel roller coaster located in New Jersey. This was the tallest roller coaster in 2001 on the East Coast. This roller coaster was started in 2001 for the public located at Six Flags Great Adventures in New Jersey. The next roller coaster on the list is Goliath which is located at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia. This was started in the year 2000 as the first-ever roller coaster ride.
There are around 25 different roller coasters in the list of Insider Monkey, for reading more, please check 25 Tallest Roller Coasters In The World.