Come next year, anyone brave enough will be able to plummet about 17 stories straight down on what will reportedly be the world's tallest water slide.
Photos of the slide have begun to circulate around the web this week, but the slide isn't due to open to the public until May 2014 at the Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark in Kansas, according to The Kansas City Star.
Thrill seekers can pile in to a tube four at a time and dive down at around 65 mph, then go over a hump before coming to "Verruckt's" end.
The exact length and height of Verruckt, which is the German word for "insane," have not yet been announced since the slide is still under construction. Officials have only told The Star that it'll be around 17 stories high and it will take 264 steps to get to the top.
Currently, the world's tallest water slide is the 134-foot-tall Insano slide in Brazil, but Schlitterbahn plans to break that record. Some media outlets have reported that the slide will be 140-feet tall.