Thrill-seekers, time to book a ticket to the middle of the country.
Schlitterbahn park in Kansas City, KS is building the world's tallest waterslide, and they've released an extreme trailer for the anticipated attraction.
The Verruckt Meg-A-Blaster is is set to stand 17 stories -- that's taller than Niagara Falls -- and will dwarf the world's current world-record-holding slide, the 164-foot Kilimanjaro in Brazil.
Riders will strap themselves in a four-person raft, slide down at over 65 miles per hour, then blasted up a second hill, and then through another heart-pounding drop. Thank heavens you're in a raft. Can you imagine the wedgies you'd get sliding down this thing?!
The ride is set to open this spring. Personally, we're waiting for the movie of the ride.
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