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5 Most Daring Theme Park Rides

If you are a thrill seeker, you have probably spent a few trips on a crazy theme park ride. We all know that some are more daring than others. For the ultimate thrill seeker, we have gathered the 5 most daring rides for you to give a whirl…if you aren’t afraid that is.

# 1.     Takabisha , Fuji Q Highland

Takabisha roller coaster
If you ever make the trip to Japan make sure you check out this awesome roller coaster that is just outside Mt. Fuji. Here you can ride the world’s steepest rollercoaster and enjoy a 121 degree freefall. This ride is located in Japan’s Fuji-Q Highland amusement park and continues to terrify all who visit the park.

# 2.     X2 , Six Flags Magic Mountain

Enjoy a world’s first at Six Flags Magic Mountain Los Angeles. This rollercoaster is the world’s first 5-dimensional ride and allows riders to rotate head over heels in their own spinning seat. With a complete makeover being completed recently, you can now experience an even bigger thrill ride than when it was first opened in 2002.

# 3.     Fahrenheit , Hersheypark

Fahrenheit 013
Although this is located in the sweet land of Hersheypark in Hershey, Pennsylvania, there is no sweetness added to this monstrosity. Riders are taken 121 in the air and shot back down into a 97 degree negative drop. Since this is the steepest drop in the United States, you have even more reason to wait until after you ride this ride to have your lunch.

# 4.     Colossus , Thorpe Park

This rollercoaster, located at Thorpe Park in Chertsey, Surrey of the UK is made for the corkscrew fan. It holds the record of inversions anywhere in the world and will have you walking crooked for quite some time.

# 5.     Tower of Terror , Dreamworld

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Tower of Terror Dreamworld
Just the name of the ride is enough to elicit fear from most of us, but those who see the ride in person may immediately walk away in a panic. This ride is located at Dreamworld in Gold Coast, Australia, but it is anything but a dream. Riders won’t be able to sleep through this 6.5 second zero-gravity, 377 foot drop at 100 miles per hour.

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