This is what sliding down America's longest waterslide is like

World's 10 Most Amazing Water Slides

Forget everything you know about waterslides. The latest attraction in Waco Texas will put your childhood slip-and-slide to shame.

BSR Cable Park, a state-of-the-art water park down South has taken the waterslide to new, jaw-dropping heights. Their latest feat, The Royal Flush, is a mega slide that claims to be the longest in the nation. Not only that, but it features three parallel channels with a giant ramp at the base, catapulting the bravehearted into the air. And after showing off your gravity-defying tricks, riders dive into crystal-clear turquoise water.

Basically, its any daredevil's dream come true.

And although you may not be able to venture down Texas this summer to take part, you can however live vicariously through the latest viral video, which features adventurers trying their hand at the Royal Flush. The clip was filmed by a mix of drone and GoPro footage, and in just under a week has attracted more than 6 million viewers.

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This is what sliding down America's longest waterslide is like

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Children play on a water slide in downtown Guadalajara, Mexico, on April 1, 2015, where the state government set up a park water at Liberacion square that will be available to the general public during the next five days of the holiday. AFP PHOTO/Hector Guerrero (Photo credit should read HECTOR GUERRERO/AFP/Getty Images)

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