Source: Undercover Tourist
Look out below! Dare to take the vertical plunge from the top of one of the world's tallest and fastest free-fall body slide. At an exhilarating height of 120 feet, this sky-scraping ski jump of a thrill ride drops you down the slopes at a speed-limit-breaking 55 miles per hour for a 360-foot long trip back to the lower atmosphere.
Ladies may wish to opt for a one-piece bathing suit at the Water Parks, especially if you plan to take on the Summit! Watch your friends and family from the observation deck as they race by! Make sure you are in the right line. The lines for Summit Plummet and the Slush Gusher are right next to each other. On crowded days it's best to visit this attraction early in the morning.
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