High Roller Las Vegas

High Roller at Las Vegas is a massive, 550-foot long, and 500-foot wide giant Ferris Wheel on the Las Vegas strip in Paradise, Nevada, USA. Owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment Company, it was opened for the public on March of 2020 and is now the world’s tallest Ferris Wheel. The name High Roller was selected because it is the tallest Ferris Wheel in the country and one of the highest in the world. Its height is more than four hundred feet off the ground and at its highest point, it stretches for five and a half miles. Guests can enjoy a great view of the Sin City, the Strip, and the surrounding areas as they enjoy this experience. This incredible Ferris Wheel has three decks, a snack bar, and an observation deck.

There are two ways to enter the High Roller. The first way is by stepping onto the steel lift that is situated above the wheel. From here, the guest is able to reach the deck through a curved pathway. The second way to access the High Roller is to take a rope to the top. Once the guest is there, they can simply slide down the rope to their seats on the deck. The third way to access the wheel is via a set of stairs that lead straight up the side of the wheel. These stairs make the guests easy to spot as they slide down the rope to their seats.

The wheel is situated at the very edge of the Paradise Valley. This gives the High Roller the opportunity to be seen from every angle by those who visit the area. When it first opened, guests were only allowed to see the wheel from the top and sides but now there are several rotating screens located on each side of the wheel which will allow guests to view the entire area while still being able to view the wheel from different angles. The high-tech screen also shows a video of the wheel and allows guests to watch the rotating view as they travel along the roller coaster. The wheel and its rotating screens are the best views you could have on your next visit to Vegas and this is just one of the reasons why it is the top attraction in Las Vegas. !




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