It may not be as tall as some steel roller coasters out there, but Goliath at Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, Ill. brings the fear factor to another level.
"It's really, really intimidating to get on something that looks like it's made of toothpicks," says TIME's Deputy Culture Editor Sam Lansky, who went on the ride not once, but twice.
Goliath, with its 180-foot drop at 85 degrees and top speed of 72 miles per hour, broke three world records for wooden coasters.
Not breaking a sweat yet? Take a look at the video, then see if you think you can handle going on the ride yourself.