About This Project
The York New York roller coaster boasts stunning views of the Las Vegas Strip. Not that riders often see the Strip during the 2-minute 45-second ride with its high-speed dives and two inversions, including the heartline twist and dive.
The ride begins with a steep hill, building great suspense and anticipation. Enjoy the aerial view of the south end of the Strip while you can, because before you know it, you’re plummeting down a 144-foot drop. The intensity continues with loops, corkscrews, and hills, speeding up to 67 miles per hour.
This isn’t your average upside-down roller coaster. The loops on this ride are insane — you’ll twist and turn in ways you never imagined. The combinations of corkscrews, hills and the exhilarating, 180-degree heartline spiral will keep you gripping your harnesses.
Formerly called The Manhattan Express and The Roller Coaster at New York-New York, Big Apple Coaster at New York-New York made its debut on the Strip in January 1997. More than one million visitors experience the ride each year.