Canada's Wonderland

Yukon Striker

Frontier Canada
Roller Coaster
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Yukon Striker opened in 2019 as the world's tallest, fastest and longest dive coaster. Featuring the requisite 90-degree drop, the ride will top out at 223 feet, diving 245 feet into an underwater mining shaft, for a twist on what's become a dive coaster-standard element. The ride features four inversions, including a 360-degree loop, and a top speed of 80 mph.

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Some enthusiasts think dive coasters are gimmicky, but the average park-goer will love this one. It's a rush as the train pauses for 3 full seconds before dropping you at a 90 degree angle into a tunnel which, from up above, looks too small to go under. The front row is worth the extra wait time, although you'll get more air time in the third row. You don't get to choose your seat in the car, but if you're lucky you'll be able to sit on the far edge where there is no track directly underneath you.

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