The question was asked by a reader who wanted to know which cities were best for roller coasters.
The list of top 10 was compiled by a research firm that ranked the top 10 roller coaster cities.
The study was based on a list of the most popular rides and attractions in the U.S. as of June 2018.
The top 10 are: New York City: Midtown Manhattan New York, New York — the world’s most visited city — has been on a roller coop tour since the 1950s.
In addition to being a popular tourist destination, New Yorkers are also known for its roller coopers.
The city’s newest coaster is The World’s First Roller Coaster, which opened in 2017 and has more than 5,000 passengers.
The New York Times called the coaster “the city’s answer to Disneyland.”
Chicago, Illinois: Lakeview Park Chicago, Ill.
— known as Chicago’s “giant” coaster — opened in 2012 and has about 8,000 riders.
According to the Chicago Tribune, “The World’s Fastest Roller Coopers” is the world record for the longest roller coaster in a park.
Chicago also has the third-highest annual population in the United States, according to a 2018 report from the National Center for Education Statistics.
Denver, Colorado: Great American Ball Park Denver, Colo.
— the most visited park in the country — has about 2.3 million riders.
Denver’s popular park was named one of the Top 5 Most Popular Ballparks in the Country by the Associated Press.
The park has the second-highest population in Colorado, according a 2016 report from The Associated Press and the Rocky Mountain News.
The Denver Zoo and Aquarium also hosts a roller-coaster ride called The Zoo, which has more 3,000 people at a time.
Houston, Texas: Midland Texas — home to Texas A&M University — opened its first roller coaster park in 1963.
The Houston Zoo and Galveston Aquarium has about 1.3m riders daily.
San Antonio, Texas; Los Angeles: Pasadena, California — known for movies like Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back and Jurassic Park — has a roller derby park that opened in 2000.
The Texas Roller Derby Association said that the roller derby’s popularity in Southern California has been so strong that it’s a top attraction in the state of California.
The first roller derby in San Antonio was founded in 1983 and was originally called the “Crawfish Derby,” according to the Texas Roller derby Association.
Los Angeles is also home to the world-famous Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, California, is home to many roller coops and roller-blading events, including the Los Angeles Derby, which was held in 2012.
The world’s second-most popular roller coaster, Death Valley, opened in 2013.
The California Roller Derby League announced that the league would be reopening the Death Valley roller coaster to riders after it closed due to severe snow and ice conditions.
Orlando, Florida: Everglades National Park In 2014, Everglade National Park was named the most beautiful park in America by Travel + Leisure magazine.
It is home the Evergladesh National Park and National Park Service, which includes the Everbright National Park, which is the largest national park in Florida.
The Everglasteen National Park is the second largest national national park after Yellowstone National Park.
The National Park service includes national parks, preserves and national forests.
New York State: The Big Apple The Big Island is the third largest national ocean park in North America, after the Grand Canyon in Arizona and Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
New Yorkers can explore the Big Apple by riding a rollercoaster at The New Yorker Tower in New York.