This Is What It's Like to Plummet Down the World's Tallest Waterslide

Matt Gutman takes you down Verruckt, the 168-foot-tall slide in Kansas City's Schlitterbahn Water Park.
1:58 | 07/09/14

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Would give a -- that 170 feet up taller than the Empire State Building. Can reach of -- speed of 72 miles an hour going down it is the fastest tallest biggest water slide ever built. We went down -- Pretty scary Miami -- -- at 64 right now but at 200 and according something's hairs ago. First it was easy. My heart rate. Just walking up went from a sixty born. 1 morning. It is literally not for the faint of heart it's probably -- test -- your ability to go down. Making up the stairs. I 528 is the code for individuals who go up decide not to -- to go back down the stairs. 264 up 200 -- important -- but when he -- -- not to be one of them. -- -- It is now I think this is what they call her digits good thing about being roughed up -- who have. -- -- Yes. Particularly it's. Think my heart rate hasn't quite -- yet. That is pretty insane. You could tell Heidi had to slow it down that part because that had been still -- it could feel the Watergate thing I'm up against you. There. Were.

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