A "Hypercoaster" is a term that was coined to refer to a roller coaster with a height and/or a drop of more than 200 feet (61 meters). The name is occasionally written as "Hyper Coaster" or "Hyper-Coaster."  Some people use the term to refer to only conventional coasters without inversions, but most people, myself included, use the term for all coasters including Dive Coasters, Wing Coasters, and rides with loops. As of 2017, there are 52 full-circuit "Hypercoasters" in operation. Here is a list of some of the hypercoasters under 300-feet that I have covered on this website:
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