Steel Dragon 2000, Nagashima Spa Land Amusement Park
Top Longest Roller Coasters To Ride Around The World
Measuring a whopping 8,133 feet, this roller coaster has an enormous 307-foot lift on a four-minute ride and reaches 95 miles per hour.
The Steel Dragon 2000
Guinness World Record awarded Japan's Nagashima Spa Land Amusement Park in Kuwana the title for having the world's longest track.
About halfway through, the ride slows down and then plunges into a tunnel area. The track also has a figure-eight helix, aggressive twists, turns, drops, and seven camelback hills.
On Yas Island in the United Arab Emirates, Ferrari World celebrates speed, iconic motorsport design, the brand, and the world's fastest roller coaster, Formula Rossa.
Formula Rossa
A hydraulic launch sends the train out along the track at a ludicrous velocity, and you'll reach 149.1 miles per hour in just 4.9 seconds, delivering a G-force of 4.8Gs.
The 6,800-foot-long track has a series of curves that rise as high as 170 feet in the air, and the ride is so intense that riders are provided safety goggles before the launch.
Wooden roller coasters are considered a novelty, and the world's longest in Cincinnati, Ohio, truly delivers thrills and excitement on a 7,361-foot track.
The Beast
Reaching a peak height of 110 feet with decline angles of 53 and 18 degrees, it has drops of 137 and 141 feet, with the first diving into a 125-foot-long tunnel.
The roller coaster reaches a max speed of 65 miles per hour and brings adventurous riders along a four-minute journey filled with twists and a 540-degree helix tunnel.
This coaster takes riders into a double-row, seven-car train for a 3.5-minute and 6,709-foot voyage with sharp turns, massive drops, and a breathtaking view of Mount Fuji.
The ride can reach a top speed of roughly 81 mph and ascends to a height of 259 feet before dropping almost all the way back down to the ground in a 230-foot plummet.
As the longest steel roller coaster in North America, this ride has 6,602 feet of track and reaches a speed of 95 miles per hour at Carowinds Theme Park in North Carolina.
Fury 325
The track brings riders up 325 feet in the air before sending them careening on their journey, with a searing 81-degree drop and 190-foot barrel turn for roughly 3:25 minutes.
The first drop is intense, and the ride swerves through tight, twisting maneuvers that writhe around the park, crossing out of the state briefly into South Carolina.