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Scariest Tourist Attractions, You Can’t Dare To See Let Alone Visiting

500 Foot High Bridge

Wansheng Ordovician Theme Park is full of sky-high attractions. Just on the edge of Chongqing, China.

X Scream

X Scream is world’s third highest amusement park. It was opened on 1st October in 2003. It is approximately at height of 866 feet.

Volcano Boarding

Volcanog or volcano boarding is a sport performed on volcano slopes. The most popular slope is of Cerro Negro near Leon in western Nicaragua. Riders hike up the volcano and slide down, sitting or standing, on a thin plywood or metal board.

Furius Baco

Furius Baco is a hydraulically launched steel roller coaster located at PortAventura in Salou, Catalonia, Spain. Its maximum speed is 135km/hour and height is 14meters.

Zipworld Velocity

This is the longest zip line in Europe and the fastest in the world.

Terror-Dactyl

Terror-Dactyl. The first of its kind anywhere in the world, the TERROR-dactyl sits on the edge of a 200-foot cliff. Those brave enough to ride will be launched 150 feet into the canyon at nearly 100 miles per hour!

Roller Coaster Zipline

The eco-tourism attraction, located in rural Osceola County, bills its Rattlesnake as a “roller-coaster zip line.” This ride was debuted in 2012.

Royal Rush Skycoaster

The Royal Rush Skycoaster is one the most awesome adrenaline rushes in the state of Colorado.

Flight In Weightlessness

Passengers on a zero-gravity flight (and astronauts on a spacecraft) appear to be floating around inside the plane but they are in fact falling at the same rate as the aircraft. Zero gravity is a condition of weightlessness referring to the absence of a gravitational force (g-force or Gs) – a measurement of the acceleration due to gravity that causes weight. A body in a “zero gravity” (or “microgravity” – a state of near weightlessness) environment is acted upon only by gravity, with no reactionary forces exerted by its surrounding matter, the person, therefore, enters a state of freefall where all objects in that given space are falling at the same rate.

Huashan Cliffside Path

This is the network of wooden boards running alongside the 2,160-meter (7,000ft) holy mountain in Shaanxi province, certainly one of the most dangerous in the world. It is situated in China.