Tallest Roller Coasters in Europe

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Tallest Roller Coasters in Europe - the tallest roller coaster is Red Force of Ferrari Land, Spain, which stands at 112 meters tall. At second tallest, is the 77-meter tall Hyperion of Energylandia, Poland, followed by Shambhala of PortAventura Park, Spain, with a height of 76 meters.

 Compare Red Force with Hyperion from Energylandia, Poland.


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Red Force.   

Records

  Tallest roller coaster track in Europe at 112 meters.

  Fastest roller coaster in Europe at a max speed of 180km/h.

Red Force. Located in Ferrari Land at Salou, Catalonia, Spain, Red Force is a steel roller coaster attraction with a height of 112 meters and a length spanning 880 meters. Built by Intamin, Red Force rushes at speeds of up to 180 km/h with a ride duration of 22 seconds.

 

 Compare Red Force with Furius Baco from PortAventura Park, Spain.

 Compare Red Force with Taron from Phantasialand, Germany.

Red Force | POV | Ferrari Land (Youtube/PortAdventura)

Hyperion.   

Records

  Second-tallest roller coaster track in Europe at 77 meters.

  Second-fastest roller coaster in Europe at a max speed of 142km/h.

  Roller coaster with the highest drop (82 meters) in Europe.

Hyperion. Hyperion is a steel roller coaster attraction in Energylandia at Zator, Poland. Hyperion is 77 meters tall, with a length spanning 1,450 meters. Built by Intamin, Hyperion rushes at speeds of up to 142 km/h with a ride duration of 170 seconds.

 

 Compare Hyperion with Icon from Blackpool Pleasure Beach, United Kingdom.

 Compare Hyperion with Der Schwur Des Kärnan from Hansa-Park, Germany.

4K Drone HYPERION Mega Coaster ^ Mayan ^ Formula ^ Dron Film- Energylandia Amusement Park Poland

Shambhala.   

Records

  Third-tallest roller coaster track in Europe at 76 meters.

  Roller coaster with the second-highest drop (78 meters) in Europe.

Shambhala. Shambhala is a steel roller coaster attraction in PortAventura Park at Salou/Vilaseca, Spain. Built by Bolliger & Mabillard, Shambhala has a height of 76 meters, with a length spanning 1,564 meters. Shambhala moves at speeds of up to 134 km/h with a ride duration of 180 seconds.

 

 Compare Shambhala with Euro-Mir from Europa-Park, Germany.

 Compare Shambhala with Expedition GeForce from Holiday Park, Germany.

Shambhala Cinematic Off-Ride Portaventura (Youtube/Coaster Sudios)

Der Schwur Des Kärnan.    

Der Schwur des Kärnan. Located in Hansa-Park at Sierksdorf, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, Der Schwur des Kärnan is a steel roller coaster attraction with a height of 73 meters and a length spanning 1,235 meters. Built by Gerstlauer, Der Schwur des Kärnan rushes at speeds of up to 127 km/h with a ride duration of 50 seconds.

 

 Compare Der Schwur Des Kärnan with Black Mamba from Phantasialand, Germany.

 Compare Der Schwur Des Kärnan with Dragon Khan from PortAventura Park, Spain.

Kärnan Review (Der Schwur Des Kärnan) Hansa Park Gerstlauer Hyper Coaster (Youtube/Coaster Studios)

 

 

 


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