Top 20 Most Insane Dangerous Water Slides Will Blow Your Mind
Ultimate Fact presents Top 20 Most Insane Dangerous Water Slides Will Blow Your Mind. Water parks are so fun with adventurous and fun-filled slides and rides to enjoy with near and dear ones. We all love riding the water slides. However, there are some water slides that take the thrill factor a little bit too far from designs that will absolutely blow your mind. Here we will show you the Top 20 Most dangerous water slides that will blow your mind.
Slide Wheel is the world's first rotating waterslide and most insane waterslide. Chimelong Waterpark is a 30-minute drive from the center of Guangzhou, South China, and can also be reached in around 2hrs from Hong Kong, via Shenzhen. This amazingly disorientating slide feeds riders into a zero gravity spin in a ‘hamster wheel’ then spits them out the other side. It has to be seen to be believed – and even then it’s still hard to believe.
2. X-Treme Faser:
It’s only for men and ‘banned waterslide’ to women in Germany. Galaxy-Erding Tropical Spa and Theme Park is 36km north east of Munich and can be reached in 45mins by car or by regional train. This 67m-long ride, which reaches speeds of 45mph. It’s one of several extreme rides in the park – there’s also Kamikaze, with its 60-degree free fall, and High Fly, which starts 32m high and throws riders through the air onto a second slide.
3. Massiv Monster Blaster
This 21m high slide is the world’s tallest water roller coaster, coaster, which goes up as well as down. Schlitterbahn aquapark is on Galveston Islands, near Lockheed Airport, about an hour South East of Houston, Texas. This is the most dangerous 'water ride’ and it’s such a wild ride that it goes UP four times as well as down.
4. Leap of Faith:
The Atlantis theme park is on Paradise Island, just a 20 minute drive from the center of capital Nassau. It has sharks. This scariest acrylic tunnel is one of the most unusual dangerous waterslides – because it sends riders 18m down the side of a faux ancient Mayan temple then shoots them through a lagoon filled with big-teeth sharks. Real sharks at that. To make it even more terrifying, you may or may not be amazed to know that in 2008 a reef shark actually jumped from its enclosure and onto the dangerous waterslide.
5. L2, Double Loop:
It’s the world’s first double loop. The interesting fact is it has only a 30 minute drive or 20 minutes on the train from central Hannover, followed by a 15 minute walk from Langenhagen station.
6. Scorpion’s Tail:
Its loop is as vertical as you can get. At Noah’s Ark amusement park you have to queue two by two. Noah’s Ark Water world is near Lake Delton, around 1h45mins drive from Milwaukee or 3hrs from Minneapolis.
World’s tallest double loops, you may have read about it. Mountain Creek Waterpark is in Vernon, New York, just over an hour from downtown Manhattan.
8. Water Cube
When news broke that the cutting-edge Beijing National Aquatics Center would be converted into a theme park, expectations were high.
9. King Cobra
The king cobra is the world's longest venomous snake, so it makes sense that this eponymous ride, which opened in July, promises to be one of the craziest theme-park attractions.
10. Wild Vortex
The amazing fact is adrenaline junkies will want to head outdoors for the newest challenge: the 66-foot-tall Wild Vortex, which debuted in June. Worthy of being in top 10.
11. Behemoth Bowl
Seated face-to-face on four-person rafts, riders reach speeds of 32 feet per second. One bright side fact is after multiple spins, riders are dropped through a central chute and into a large splash pool.
The park's crowd-pleasing attraction, which debuted in 2007, was part of a significant expansion - and the ultimate fact is it still stands as the tallest and steepest ride among all four Schlitterbahn parks in the U.S. Like Summit Plummet.
The $5.5 million Wildebeest ride, a high-speed hydro magnetic water coaster that uses linear induction motor technology, put this water park on the map in 2011 is one of the top 5.
Meet "the Duck" -- the cruise industry's first-ever shipboard water coaster. The 765-foot-long, four-deck-high AquaDuck debuted on Disney Dream in 2011 and has since been added to Disney Fantasy.
15. Mount Gushmore's Summit Plummet
Definitely this is one of the most dangerous water slide that will blow your mind. The first thing you see when you enter Blizzard Beach is 90-foot snowcapped Mount Gushmore, the most photographed faux-mountain and home to one of the fastest free-fall speed water park slides in the world.
Which one did you find the most dangerous water slide? Do you want to ride it? Let us know in the comment section.
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