Insano, a 65 mph slide in Brazil. In Vermont, the world's largest, indoor, near-vertical looping slide. And, Edmonton's Center of Gravity, for the world's only indoor bungee jump into water - a terrifying leap of 10 stories.
Area 47, an extreme waterpark playground at the base of the Austrian Alps. Then a crazed ride operator tortures sliders on a 40mph near-vertical drop on The Bomb Bay in Orlando. And, in Phoenix, two ASU coeds ride the Constrictor.
Take a ride down the world's tallest water slide in Brazil, and ride a monster tube that throws you down three stories in 12 seconds in Texas, then, in Germany, race down a slide built for speed with the world's fastest slider.
Stukas, a terrifying 60 mph slide in Italy. Then, The Destroyer, a monstrous 300 ft. long homemade water slide in Vail, CO. And, in France, four college coeds plunge head fist down the Hot Jump slide at the base of the Alps.
At Aqualoop in Louisiana, it's America's first quadruple racing loops slide! Then it's off to Long Island, NY for Cliff Diver hair-raising 8-story slide. Finally, in Augusta we're getting wet in the backyard on the Slip n' Soar.
A 300ft slide drops riders into a Bahamian shark tank. Next, hold on as we face China's only water slide to shoot riders upside down. Then, it's off to Wisconsin for the world's longest, fastest indoor water coaster!
D. Reed Hutchison
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