10 most terrifying roller coaster in the world

May 8, 1976 there was a real revolution in the world of roller coasters. In the amusement park Six Flags Magic Mountain in California, the world’s first steel roller coaster with a noose were discovered. In our time loop – this is not the worst thing that rides creators are ready to offer fans of adrenaline, lining up in long lines all over the world to tickle their nerves. We offer you a virtual ride on the ten most terrifying roller coaster in the world!

Note: nervous, fearful of heights and people with weak vestibular system better look no further!

1. Silver Star
Europa Park
Rust (Baden)
Germany

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“Silver Star” – the highest roller coaster in Europe, the German steel tickle nerves since 2002.

Using a system of chain hoists, slowly at first, they will lift you to a height of 73 meters, and then will drop and circling at speeds up to 130 km / h.

Silver Star is a roller coaster located at Europa-Park, a theme park in Rust, Germany. The coaster has a height of 239 ft (73 m), placing it in the hyper coaster category. Although it is one of Bolliger & Mabillard’s tallest coasters, it was surpassed as the tallest in Europe by Shambhala: Expedición al Himalaya at PortAventura in 2012 (both were surpassed by Fury 325 at Carowinds in 2015, which is the tallest coaster Bolliger and Mabillard has ever built to date). Signs in the queuing area claim a maximum speed of 130 km/h, with a maximum of 4G vertical forces. Silver Star has 3 trains which seat 36 people each, giving an hourly capacity of 1,750 passengers. This hypercoaster is situated in the French area of Europa Park and is sponsored by Mercedes-Benz.

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