At 17 storeys high — that's taller than Niagara Falls — riders will have to climb 264 steps to reach its top deck.
Once riders complete the exhausting climb — and pass the point of no return? — the slide, named Verrückt, will shoot daredevil riders, on inflatable rafts that accomodate four, down its slippery track at a terrifying 65 miles an hour (97 km/h).
A drone-shot trailer released by Schlitterbahn Waterparks and Resorts reveals the sheer terror that will be in store for all who dare to ride Verrückt.
Warning: If you have a crippling fear of heights, you might not want to watch.
It should be noted that "verrückt" means "insane" in German.
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