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My favorite by far is Millennium Force at Cedar Point.
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What else can possibly be said? Cedar Point took the roller coaster record book to new heights and speeds in 2000 with the addition of the epic Millennium Force. Termed a "giga-coaster" for its extreme height, this colossal coaster looms an incredible 310 feet above the ground and reaches a top speed of 93 mph! Millennium Force destroyed 10 world records when it debuted in the first year of the new millennium. In 2006, Millennium Force was voted No. 2 in the "Best Steel Roller Coaster in the World" category in a poll conducted by Amusement Today.
Millennium Force takes its passengers over 6,595 feet of steel track that includes 310-, 169- and 182-foot-tall hills, two dark tunnels and two 122-degree overbanked turns.
The $25 million Millennium Force gave 1,641,545 guests a ride on one of the tallest and fastest roller coasters in the world in 2006. In its seven-year history, nearly 12 million guests have gone "full force" on Millennium Force. Guests must be at least 48 inches tall to ride.