5 Most Dangerous Roller Coasters in the World

Kingda Ka (New Jersey, United States)

The United States is the land of terrifying roller coasters but out of them all, this huge Kingda Ka is the fastest. With the hydraulic launch mechanism in the ride, the ride clocks a peak speed of 128 miles per hour in merely 3.5 seconds. Situated at Six Flags great Adventure, the maximum height it climbs is 456 feet. This scary roller coaster descends 418 feet straight down at an angle of 270 degrees and notably the ride upside down track with blazing speed makes weightlessness among riders.

Top Thrill Dragster (Ohio, United States)

With a ride duration of 30 seconds, Top Thrill Dragster is the first ever strata coaster in the world. Also, it is the second fastest roller coaster in the United States. In just four seconds, this frightening trip can accelerate from 0 to 120 mph. As the icing on the cake, this train ride follows up with a 270-degree twist as well to make the experience even scarier. The height restriction for this ride is from 1.32m to 1.98m.