If you’re afraid of heights, stay off 41-story Zumanjaro; Six Flags’ newest — and the world’s tallest — drop ride.
The crew just put the final touches on the ride this past week. It will be ride-ready in New Jersey’s Great Adventure Park this summer.
The park created a promo video that looks absolutely horrifying.
(Note: you won’t actually be above the clouds when you’re on the ride, but it is pretty high.)
The Six Flags website says the safari themed attraction will catapult riders 415 feet into the air in approximately 30 seconds and will pause to show an aerial view of the park before dropping down at 90 miles per hour.
90. Miles. Per Hour.
Your hands will sweat just watching the simulated footage:
In order to make room for the Zumanjaro, Six Flags removed Rolling Thunder, a wooden rollercoaster.
NOW WATCH: Executive Life videos
Business Insider Emails & Alerts
Site highlights each day to your inbox.