Premiering in 2015, adrenaline seekers will twist and turn their way through a series of gut-wrenching high-speed manoeuvres in search of the ultimate thrill. Although this is not your average theme park ride, this latest incarnation from Six Flags is sure to take the rollercoaster experience to new heights. Could this be the scariest rollercoaster in the world?
Thrill-seekers in Vegas are flocking to the latest thrill ride. Located just off the Vegas strip at the Rio Hotel and Casino, the Rio Zipline (formally VooDoo Zipline) is a terrifying ride that flies 500 feet above the ground, whisking riders between the two hotel towers at over 30-miles per hour (50-kilometres per hour). And the most terrifying part? There are no armrests, harness or safety bar to be found! This is not a ride for the faint-hearted….
America is the theme park capital of the world. With over 120 million people, or five times the Australian population visiting a theme park every year, this can mean long lines and wait times. So why wait? Most parks now offer VIP tours and passes to help you skip the queues.