Biggest Roller Coasters in the World

What is the biggest roller coaster in the world? The tables below show the top 10 biggest roller coasters in the world for both steel and wooden rollercoasters.

Info: The worlds biggest roller coaster is determined by the length of the longest drop on the ride, this includes underground tunnels and changes in topography.

Top 10 Biggest Drops on Steel Roller Coasters

Roller Coaster Amusement Park Drop Year
Kingda Ka Six Flags Great Adventure
Jackson, New Jersey, United States
418 ft 2005
Top Thrill Dragster Cedar Point
Sandusky, Ohio, United States
400 ft 2003
Superman: Escape from Krypton Six Flags Magic Mountain
Valencia, California, United States
328 ft 1997
Tower of Terror Dreamworld
Coomera, Queensland, Australia
328 ft 1997
Fury 325 Carowinds
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
320 ft 2015
Steel Dragon 2000 Nagashima Spa Land
Nagashima, Mie, Japan
307 ft 2000
Leviathan Canada's Wonderland
Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
306 ft 2012
Millennium Force Cedar Point
Sandusky, Ohio, United States
300 ft 2000
Intimidator 305 Kings Dominion
Doswell, Virginia, United States
300 ft 2010
Hyperion Energylandia
Zator, Malopolskie, Poland
266 ft 2018

Top 10 Biggest Drops on Wooden Roller Coasters

Roller Coaster Amusement Park Drop Year
Goliath Six Flags Great America
Gurnee, Illinois, United States
180 ft 2014
El Toro Six Flags Great Adventure
Jackson, New Jersey, United States
176 ft 2006
Lightning Rod Dollywood
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, United States
165 ft 2016
Outlaw Run Silver Dollar City
Branson, Missouri, United States
162 ft 2013
Wildfire Kolmården
Norrköping, N/A, Sweden
161 ft 2016
Colossos Heide Park
Soltau, Niedersachsen, Germany
159 ft 2001
Voyage Holiday World
Santa Claus, Indiana, United States
154 ft 2006
T-Express Everland
Yongin-si, N/A, South Korea
151 ft 2008
Boss Six Flags St. Louis
Eureka, Missouri, United States
150 ft 2000
American Eagle Six Flags Great America
Gurnee, Illinois, United States
147 ft 1981