The new Breathtaker Alpine Coaster at Aspen Snowmass that opened on December 10th 2017 - right before Snowmass 50th Anniversary - is an exciting option...
Originally called the Husky Tower, the Calgary Tower is a free standing observation tower in Downtown Calgary in Alberta, Canada. The 190.8-meter (626 ft)...
Highgate Cemetery was opened in 1839 in the London Borough of Camden, in north west London. With its atmospheric paths winding through tombs, mausoleums,...
Located in Upper Bavaria in the eponymous city of Burghausen, Burghausen Castle is the world's longest castle complex , featuring a length...
At a length of 1km, the Alpspitzbahn in Nesselwang is the longest summer toboggan run in the Allgäu, Bavaria. Featuring 13 bends, 2 jumps, and even a...
The mountain coaster Pradaschier is definitely one of the most entertaining ways to get from Pradaschier down to Churwalden: Sitting in a sled, hurtling...
The alpine coaster Klausberg Flitzer is Italy’s longest mountain coaster. Located at the Klausberg summit, it hurtles down for 1.8km, at speeds of up to...
At a length of 1,3km, the alpine slide Fräkigaudi at Pilatus in Hergiswil is Switzerland’s longest summer toboggan run. Making its way down the valley...
The Lucky Flitzer in Flachau is a toboggan run at a track length of 1.1km, which is open all year round. Plenty of features, such as jumps, bends, and...
The Summer Toboggan Run Mieders at Serlesbahnen in Stubai Valley, Tyrol is the world’s steepest alpine coaster, with a monorail type track at a length of...
Ready for some tobogganing fun in the Zillertal Valley? At a length of 1,4km, the Arena Coaster, a mountain coaster, fascinates people of all ages with its...
Operating all year round, the Alpsee Coaster in Immenstadt is Germany’s longest year-round toboggan run, featuring 68 bends, 23 waves, 7 jumps, and 4...