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Diamondback has ranked as one of the top steel roller coasters in the world in industry and enthusiast polls since its debut in 2009 at Kings Island, and with good reason. The ride stands 230 feet at its highest point with a first drop of 215 feet at a 74-degree angle. Riders snake their way around 5,282 feet of track and 10 drops at speeds up to 80 mph with a spectacular splashdown finale.
Diamondback is an amazing ride, an attraction thrill-seekers want to experience over-and-over again. It’s one of the first rides guests head to when the park opens in the morning and one of the most popular rides at night.
Check out the video below to take a virtual ride on Diamondback! Please remain seated with your hands inside your couch, chair or stool throughout the entire ride!
Enjoy your ride on Diamondback!
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