This roller coaster is unique since it is built on top of the 900-foot tall Stratosphere Tower in Las Vegas. While the coaster is a simple design that just makes continuous rounds around the tower deck with little to offer, the view is amazing. Unfortunately, the High Roller roller closed at the end of 2005 and is being removed to make room for a future attraction.
|1996||Steel||Freeform||Werner Stengel, S&MC|
December 30, 2005 – High Roller roller coaster closed to make room for a future attraction.
Late 90s – Train modified by removing two cars and reducing the capacity from 36.
Opening date: April 29, 1996
Train has seven cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
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