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|Designer / calculations||Werner Stengel|
|Riders per train||28|
|Top speed||30 mph|
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High Roller was a steel roller coaster located on the top of the Stratosphere Tower in Las Vegas. Due to its location on top of the tower, it was the world's highest roller coaster. However, it was not the world's tallest roller coaster due to it already being 900 feet above ground level.
High Roller opened in 1996 as part of an expansion to the Stratosphere Hotel. It closed in 2005 due to it requiring a refurbishment that would have cost $500,000. Also, the addition to the two new rides made High Roller obsolete. The track was laser cut piece by piece so that it could be sent down the tower by elevator.
- on the Roller Coaster DataBase.