Droppiest Wooden Roller Coasters in the World

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Droppiest Wooden Roller Coasters in the World - the wooden roller coaster track with the furthest drop is Goliath (Six Flags Great America) of Six Flags Great America, United States, which stretches 940 meters in length, rises up to 50 meters in height and has a drop of 55 meters.

At second, is the El Toro of Six Flags Great Adventure, United States, with a drop of 54 meters. The El Toro is 55 meters tall, 1,300 meters long and can accelerate to a speed of 110 km/h. At third place, is Lightning Rod of Dollywood, United States, which runs on a 1,200-meter long track, rises up to a height of 50 meters and has a drop of 50 meters.

 Compare Goliath (Six Flags Great America) with Wildfire (Kolmården Wildlife Park) from Kolmården Wildlife Park, Sweden.


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Goliath (Six Flags Great America).    

  Third-fastest wooden roller coaster track in the world at a max speed of 116km/h.

Goliath (Six Flags Great America). Goliath (Six Flags Great America) is a wooden roller coaster attraction in Six Flags Great America at Gurnee, Illinois, United States. Goliath (Six Flags Great America) is 50 meters tall, with a length spanning 940 meters. Built by Rocky Mountain Construction, Goliath (Six Flags Great America) rushes at speeds of up to 116 km/h with a ride duration of 105 seconds.

 

 Compare Goliath (Six Flags Great America) with Rampage from Alabama Splash Adventure, United States.

 Compare Goliath (Six Flags Great America) with Goliath (Six Flags New England) from Six Flags New England, United States.

Goliath Off-Ride Six Flags Great America (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

El Toro.    

El Toro. El Toro is a wooden roller coaster attraction in Six Flags Great Adventure at Jackson, New Jersey, United States. El Toro is 55 meters tall, with a length spanning 1,300 meters. Built by Intamin, El Toro rushes at speeds of up to 110 km/h with a ride duration of 102 seconds.

 

 Compare El Toro with American Eagle from Six Flags Great America, United States.

 Compare El Toro with Desperado from Primm Valley Resorts, United States.

El Toro 4K off-ride Six Flags Great Adventure (Youtube/CoasterForce)

Lightning Rod.    

  Second-fastest wooden roller coaster track in the world at a max speed of 117km/h.

Lightning Rod. Located in Dollywood at Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, United States, Lightning Rod is a wooden roller coaster attraction with a height of 50 meters and a length spanning 1,200 meters. Built by Rocky Mountain Construction, Lightning Rod rushes at speeds of up to 117 km/h with a ride duration of 3 minutes 12 seconds.

 

 Compare Lightning Rod with Leviathan from Canada's Wonderland, Canada.

 Compare Lightning Rod with El Toro from Six Flags Great Adventure, United States.

Lightning Rod Off-Ride & Backstage Tour Dollywood (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

Wildfire (Kolmården Wildlife Park).    

  Third-tallest wooden roller coaster track in the world at 56 meters.

Wildfire (Kolmården Wildlife Park). Wildfire (Kolmården Wildlife Park) is a wooden roller coaster attraction in Kolmården Wildlife Park at Kolmården, Sweden. Wildfire (Kolmården Wildlife Park) is 56 meters tall, with a length spanning 1,265 meters. Built by Rocky Mountain Construction, Wildfire (Kolmården Wildlife Park) rushes at speeds of up to 115 km/h with a ride duration of 120 seconds.

 

 Compare Wildfire (Kolmården Wildlife Park) with The Big One from Blackpool Pleasure Beach, United Kingdom.

Wildfire 4K Cinematic Off-Ride Kolmården (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

 

 


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Well-known Roller Coasters built by: Intamin  Bolliger & Mabillard


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