Top Ten Roller Coasters to Ride Before You DieThese coasters are a must ride before you pass away.
From the longest one to the one with the most inversions, this list has loads of awesome rides you need to book a flight to.
The Top Ten
Opened in 1994, Nemmy still remains as one of the best coasters in the world, probably even the best. You stay so low to the ground while it constantly throws you in every direction. It'll probably be the best 45 seconds of your life as you ride this amazingly themed machine. Brought to you by the people who made coasters like Banshee, Gatekeeper, Nemesis Inferno and many more. - rcf
Widely said to be the best wooden coaster in the world, the company who brought you Kingda Ka, Stealth, Millennium Force, Dragon Khan and many more, brings you El Toro. This airtime filled woodie will have you floating out of your seat as you soar over the giant hills. - rcf
Smile. Always. This infamous coaster has a dodgy history. Built by the people who made coasters like Saw - The Ride, Mystery Mine, Rage and lots more, The Smiler will flip you upside down an amazing 14 times. Its bizarre and disturbing theme adds more to the thrill. - rcf
Yeah I'm kinda scared of this ride! I don't know if u guys know but there was a HUGE accident that occurred because of this coaster
They wouldn't have reopened it if it was still unsafe. They spent lots of time making the coaster more safe. The accident was actually human error, so it wasn't actually the coaster's fault. You're missing out if you don't want to ride! - rcf
Nothing like waiting the whole day for one roller coaster. You can say that to X2. You'd better buy a queue-skipping ticket if you want to squeeze a few more rides on your trip to Six Flags Magic Mountain. Enough making fun of the absurdly long wait times - let's get on the ride. You're pulled up the hill - backwards - as you ascend the hill. When you reach the top, your seat rotates so you're looking straight down. Yes, the seats have controlled rotation so the track doesn't fully tell you where you're going to go. - rcf
OK this is just SO overrated!
Blackouts. Greyouts. Intimidator. 305. This stupidly intense roller coaster has a 305ft lift hill, held up by 2 or 3 massive supports. After going down the near vertical drop, you're greeted by a sudden turn to the right as you grey out or black out. Yes, it's that intense. The rest of the coaster is less than half the height of the first drop, meaning you pretty much lose no speed. - rcf
I really want to ride it someday
I wanted to ride this when I was 18 but my overprotective mom said no.
Fastest roller coaster in the world. 149 MPH!
Let's see this go to number one for unknown reasons now. - rcf