The 5 Scariest Roller-Coasters in Six Flags Magic Mountain

Isabelle Gerig, Switzerland

First of all, there are many different roller coasters you can ride and all of them are really exciting. However, if you visit the park for one day, you don’t have the possibility to ride all of them. So I will show you the five scariest and funniest ones! So here we go:

LEX Luthor; Drop of Doom: There are no words to describe it, watch the video and you will see!

 

X2: That’s a fifth dimension roller coaster. With its 360-degree  rotating seats and head-first, face down drops, X has been one of the most popular thrill rides on the planet. There is nothing ordinary about this roller coaster.

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SUPERMAN: This is my favourite one! 1,315 feet of track that bends straight up into the sky 415 feet high! It’s really beautiful, but daring. You and 13 others would-be super heroes must escape by piling into a sleek car that will blast you off this frozen rock, where the whole adventure starts.You’re about to shoot from 0 to 100 miles per hour in seven seconds. This is a record breaking speed and has never before been achieved in a thrill ride, let alone backwards.

 

 

 

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BATMAN: When you ride this roller coaster, it really feels like being BATMAN. The roller coaster was introduced at March, 1994. It reaches a top speed around 50 mph. During your ride you watch the ground under you and see your feet whipping around. It starts with a full 360-degree loop, then you are a superhero and you don’t need to warm up. This roller coaster will grind you into submission just like the criminals of GOTHAM CITY.

 

 

 

TWISTED COLOSSUS: Wood meets steel at this roller coaster Twisted Colossus – one of the longest, most innovative hybrid coasters in the world. When you think your ride is finished, it starts over again and you can feel the adrenaline a second time. During that, there is an other one starting and so you do the ride next to each other. This is a really special, scary and unforgettable experience.

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