Longest Roller Coaster Tracks in United Kingdom

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Longest Roller Coaster Tracks in United Kingdom - the longest roller coaster track in United Kingdom is The Ultimate of Lightwater Valley, North Yorkshire, spanning 2,268 meters. At second, is the 1,675-meter long The Big One of Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Blackpool, Lancashire, followed by The Smiler of Alton Towers, Staffordshire, which stretches to a length of 1,170 meters.

 Compare The Ultimate with Stealth from Thorpe Park, United Kingdom.


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The Ultimate.    

  Second-longest roller coaster track in the world at 2,268 meters.

  Roller coaster ride with the longest duration (7 minutes 34 seconds) in the world.

The Ultimate. Located in Lightwater Valley at North Yorkshire, United Kingdom, The Ultimate is a steel roller coaster attraction with a height of 33 meters and a length spanning 2,268 meters. Built by British Rail, The Ultimate rushes at speeds of up to 80 km/h with a ride duration of 7 minutes and 34 seconds.

 

 Compare The Ultimate with Blue Fire from Europa-Park, Germany.

 Compare The Ultimate with Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain from Disneyland Paris, France.

The Ultimate Front Row POV HD GoPro (Youtube/Coaster Crazy)

The Big One.    

  Second-longest roller coaster track in Europe at 1,675 meters.

The Big One. The Big One is a steel roller coaster attraction in Blackpool Pleasure Beach at Blackpool, Lancashire, United Kingdom. The Big One is 65 meters tall, with a length spanning 1,675 meters. Built by Arrow Dynamics, The Big One rushes at speeds of up to 119 km/h with a ride duration of 180 seconds.

 

 Compare The Big One with Shambhala from PortAventura Park, Spain.

 Compare The Big One with Der Schwur Des K√§rnan from Hansa-Park, Germany.

The Big One Blackpool Pleasure Beach Off Ride (Youtube/Theme Park Updates)

The Smiler.    

  Roller coaster with the most inversions (14) in the world.

The Smiler. The Smiler is a steel roller coaster attraction in Alton Towers at Staffordshire, United Kingdom. Built by Gerstlauer, The Smiler has a height of 30 meters, with a length spanning 1,170 meters. The Smiler moves at speeds of up to 85 km/h with a ride duration of 165 seconds.

 

 Compare The Smiler with Wodan Timbur Coaster from Europa-Park, Germany.

 Compare The Smiler with Coaster-Express from Parque Warner Madrid, Spain.

Smiler Cinematic Off-Ride Alton Towers (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

Icon.    

Icon. Icon is a steel roller coaster attraction in Blackpool Pleasure Beach at Blackpool, Lancashire, United Kingdom. Icon is 27 meters tall, with a length spanning 1,140 meters. Built by Mack Rides, Icon rushes at speeds of up to 85 km/h with a ride duration of 161 seconds.

 

 Compare Icon with Black Mamba from Phantasialand, Germany.

 Compare Icon with Zadra from Energylandia, Poland.

Icon Cinematic Off-Ride Blackpool Pleasure Beach in 4K (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

 

 


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