Ride the longest, fastest and tallest dive roller coaster in the world
Click here to see the video on CNN Travel

Last Friday, a theme park outside of Toronto called Canada’s Wonderland opened the Yukon Strike roller coaster, which boasts the “longest, fastest and tallest dive roller coaster in the world.” The signature drop is 245 feet, straight down into an underground tunnel. And if you’re wondering, “According to coaster designers Bolliger & Mabillard, a dive coaster has a ‘straight vertical drop with riders facing down (that) creates a different ride experience.'”

And thanks to CNN Travel, you can experience the drop from your desk. A one-minute-plus video of the ride, shot from a car on the roller coaster, can be found in the story here or in the Tweet below.

Related: Travel Video of the Day: Eating and Drinking While Riding a Roller Coaster

 

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