Ride This If You Dare: The World's Most Terrifying New Coaster


The Fury 325 — which will be one of the world’s tallest, fastest and longest coasters — is coming to the Carolinas. (Photo: Carowinds)

One of the world’s tallest roller coasters is coming to the Carolinas.

Carowinds, an amusement park located on the North-South Carolina border, has unveiled plans for the Fury 325, a reported $30 million dollar coaster.


Fury 325 riders will experience a steep, 325-foot drop and a number of turns. (Photo: Carowinds)

The “325” in its name comes from the super-steep 325-foot, 81-degree drop with which the ride starts. That’s followed up by a 190-foot-tall barrel turn and a high-speed S-curve.

A 91-degree horseshoe turn, a dive underneath a pedestrian bridge, and a number of other whiplash-inducing turns complete the three minute, 25 second ride.

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You’ll need to be at least 54 inches tall to ride it.

Fury 325 will be among the top five tallest, longest and fastest steel roller coasters in the world. It’ll be taller and faster than Japan’s Steel Dragon 2000, and longer than Dubai’s Formula Rossa in Dubai.


The Fury 325 doesn’t look like much now, but give it a few months. (Photo: Carowinds)

The ride opens in Spring 2015. You can check out a live camera feed of the construction.

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