10 Scariest Thrill Rides in the World

10 Scariest Thrill Rides in the World

Are you a thrill-seeking amusement park lover? Dying to jump on the next best ride? We’ve compiled the top 10 scariest thrill rides available for you to enjoy. These rides boast some of the highest peaks and fastest speeds coupled with some stomach-churning twists and turns that are sure to quench your thirst for thrill.


This thrilling ride is in the Stratosphere Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas and extends a whopping 64 feet from the tower’s edge and spins at 40 miles per hour at a 70-degree angle. The ride does all of this 900 feet above the street. It’s sure to get that adrenaline pumping.


This ride in Hersheypark in Pennsylvania is a killer to thrill-seekers and coaster-heads alike. Its highest point is a whopping 121 feet and it boasts a 97-degree drop.


Located in Thorpe Park in Chertsey, Surrey, UK, this amazing coaster has a record-holding 10 inversions. This ride is crazy thrilling and not for those that get motion sick.

Tower of Terror

This thrilling coaster in Dreamworld Gold Coast in Australia travels at 100 miles per hour and towers at 377 feet above ground.

Millennium Force

Found in Cedar Point Amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio, this coaster drops at an 80-degree angle for 300 feet and can get up to traveling at 93 miles per hour.


Also located in Cedar Point Amusement Park of Sandusky, Ohio, Maverick is a coaster that travels at 70 miles per hour with several turns and eight hills.

Superman Ride of Steel

This coaster boasts speeds of 77 miles per hour or higher and 10 whole seconds of weightlessness. It offers several bunny hills and camel backs and, best of all, a 221-foot drop ending in a tunnel. This coaster will definitely thrill you to your core and make your legs wobbly.

Eejanaika Fuji-Q

This 4-D coaster boasts 360-degree turns, head-over-heels spins, and holds the position of seventh-highest coaster in the world at 250 feet. Plus, you get a view of Mount Fuji if you pay attention (it will past quickly). 

Kingda Ka

Found in Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey, this coaster literally towers at 456 feet above the ground. It travels at a crazy 128 miles per hour and reaches its peak height in 3.5 seconds. Oh yeah, there’s also a 270-foot spiral, but that’s no big deal right? This coaster will definitely rock your world.


Found in Six Flags Magic Mountain, this coaster is also a 4-D coaster with rotating seats that make a complete 360-degree turn.

These ten coasters found around the world are sure to rock you to your very thrill-seeking core. They boast record-holding heights and speeds that are sure to leave your legs wobbly and your lust for thrill quenched.