Would you dare ride the fastest, longest and tallest dive roller coaster in the world?
Cedar Point’s newest attraction, called the Valravn (in Danish folklore, a supernatural raven that apparently eats dead bodies) took a year to build and is an astonishing 3,415 feet long.
The coaster holds 24 people as they go up 214 feet into the air, giving them a beautiful look over Lake Erie. Suddenly, you race down at a 90-degree angle with no floor – so you can see the earth below you.
The entire ride lasts a little longer than 3 minutes of total terror and officially opens at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, on May 7.
Check out the interactive, 360-degree view, below: