Silver Dollar City amusement park, Branson, Mo.
This brand new wooden coaster has made history by being the first wooden coaster to go upside down.
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Read on to see more formidable wooden coasters from around the world.
Six Flags Magic Mountain, Valencia, Calif.
A massive ride at nearly 13 stories tall, this coaster reaches speeds of up to 62mph.
Luna Park, Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York
This landmark coaster, built in 1927, is the heart of Brooklyn's famous Coney Island Boardwalk. It even has a minor league baseball team named after it, the Brooklyn Cyclones.
Six Flags Great Adventure, New Jersey
It means "The Bull" in Spanish and this coaster lives up to its name. With speeds reaching 70mph and a nearly 18-story drop, it was voted #1 Wooden Coaster in the 2012 Golden Ticket Awards.
Santa Cruz, Calif.
Located on the Santa Cruz boardwalk, this pretty coaster has been ridden by more than 50 million thrillseekers since it opened in 1924.
Beech Bend, Bowling Green, Ky.
Eighty thousand bolts and 1.5 million nails went into building this wooden behemoth that boasts many exciting twists and turns.
La Ronde amusement park, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
This famous Montreal attraction is the tallest wooden roller coaster in Canada.
Kings Island, Mason, Ohio
As the longest wooden roller coaster in the world, this ride is not for the faint of heart. One trip on The Beast runs a whopping 4 minutes, 10 seconds at speeds up to 65mph.
Nagashima Spa Land, Mie Prefecture, Japan
This mile-long coaster is a beautiful spiral of white wooden rails located in a Japanese amusement park.