The longest roller coaster in the world is the Steel Dragon 2000. The roller coaster is 8,133 feet (2,479 m) long. It is in Kuwana, Mie, Japan in Nagashima Spa Land Park.
Longest Steel Roller Coasters
Next to the Steel Dragon 2000, the Ultimate is the longest at 7,442 feet (2,268 m). It is in Ripon, North Yorkshire, England in Lightwater Valley Park. The Fujiyama is the third longest at 6,708 feet (2,045 m). It can be found in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan in Fuji-Q Highland Park. Ranked fourth longest is the Millennium Force. It is 6,595 feet (2,010 m) long. The Millennium Force is in
Sandusky, Ohio, USA, Cedar Point Park.
The Formula Rossa is the fifth longest roller coaster in the world. It measures 6,561 feet (2,000 m) California Screamin' is the sixth longest at 6,072 feet (1,851 m. The roller coaster is in Anaheim, California, USA in Disney's California Adventure Park.
Desperado is at number seven. It is in Buffalo Bill's Park in Primm, Nevada, USA. The length is 5,843 feet (1,781 m). Gao is at the eighth spot with measurements of 5,692 feet (1,735 m). It is in Arao, Kumamoto, Japan, Mitsui Greenland. The ninth spot belongs to two steel roller coasters.
One is the Mamba with a length of 5,600 feet (1,700 m). It is in Kansas City, Missouri, USA in the Worlds of Fun Park. The other is the Steel Force (with the same length). It is in Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA at the Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom.
The Superman: el Ultimo Escape is at the tenth spot. It is 5,577 feet (1,700 m) long. It is in Tlalpan, Mexico City, Mexico in the Six Flags México Park.
Longest among Wooden Roller Coasters
The longest is the Beast with a length of 7,359 feet (2,243 m). It is in Kings Island Park in Mason, Ohio, USA. The second longest is the Son of Beast at 7,032 feet (2,143 m). However, this roller coaster is currently not operational. It can be found in Kings Island Park in Mason, Ohio, USA.
The third longest is the Voyage. It is 6,442 feet (1,964 m) long. It is in Santa Claus, Indiana, USA in Holiday World & Splashin' Safari Park.
Compared to the longest roller coaster in the world, the White Cyclone is only 5,577 feet (1,700 m) long. It is in Kuwana, Mie, Japan at the Nagashima Spa Land Park.