Dangerous water slides

If you want to get your adrenaline flowing in the best way possible, then we would suggest water slides at any time of the day, but only in summer and spring.

Most of these slides are made in some inventive ways: they can be tall and straight, curved while bringing you a leisurely ride or they can take you right under an aquarium.

Overall, there are some really crazy water slides out there… TRUST US. And within this countdown, we are listing 5 most dangerous waterslides that you won’t believe actually exist! So, let’s begin!

1. X-Treme Faser – Galaxy Erding, Germany

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This one has certainly lived to its name. X-treme Faser water slide in Germany is 220 feet long and has gotten its riders to a speed of over 45 miles per hour. It is not devoid of injuries as its victim’s list has a number of people. It is labeled ‘’only for the brave” and “men only” for security reasons.

Some women are not allowed because there’s something about their anatomy that makes some susceptible to danger. So far, the waterslide has injured 6 women because of its intense speed, drops and use of water.

Some good news though: they are working on making the waterslide safer and available to everyone. But before that happens, make sure you book yourself a trip to ‘Deutschland’ for the most intense ride of your life!

Timings:

  • Monday – Friday: 09.00 am – 07.00 pm
  • Saturday: 08.00 am – 04.00 pm

Entrance Fee:

  • €42 (€49 including the spa)
  • Adults – €33
  • Kids (under 5) – Free

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1. 2. Summit Plummet – Blizzard Beach, Walt Disney World

Every kid in the US grows up wanting to go to Disney Land, and with good reasons. One of the main stopovers for these kids is the Summit Plummet water slide at Blizzard Beach in Walt Disney World. It is called plummet for a reason. It’s one of the world’s most dangerous slides.

With a height of 120 feet and top speeds of around 50mph for kids and 60mph for adults, you will definitely get your adrenaline fix with this water slide.

The initial drop is almost 90 degrees and you can peer over the edge to see what is in store for you. Some riders even momentarily float above the actual slide since the drop is so steep.

Timings: Open all days of the week from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Entrance Fee: One requires an individual pass to get into Blizzard Beach.

  • Age 10+ – $69 or $64 depending on whether you purchase a ticket with block out dates
  • For children ages 3 to 9 – $63 or $58
  • Also, you can add Blizzard Beach admission to your theme park ticket package by choosing an add-on, Park Hopper Plus.
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