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We climb to the top of Cedar Point’s Valravn roller coaster

Now this is extreme.

SANDUSKY, Ohio — We took the morning show to new heights as Maureen Kyle and Dave Chudowsky bravely broadcast live from the top of Cedar Point’s record-breaking Valravn roller coaster 223 feet in the sky.

It’s so high, you can actually see Canada from the top.

Sadly, the conditions were too rainy for our team to walk out on the platform, but we still got an amazing view from inside the ride's elevator at the top of the lift hill.

It’s an experience you can try, too, with Cedar Point’s Sunrise Thrills VIP Tour.

Cedar Point opens for the 2019 season on Saturday, May 11.

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