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I Remember... Lost Attractions of WDW & More Discuss Battle of the Disney Mountains! in the I Remember... forums; I have worked at 4 of the 5, all of floridas versions, plus splash and thunder in anaheim. But i dont think i could Matterhorn, the queue music in the ...
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    I have worked at 4 of the 5, all of floridas versions, plus splash and thunder in anaheim. But i dont think i could Matterhorn, the queue music in the station would drive me nuts after a couple hours.
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    Besides Disney World's Space Mountain(aka the REAL Chiropractic Mountain), the only one I am not really into is Disneyland's Splash Mountain outside of the borrow song before the climb to Chick-A-Pin Hill, which is not in Disney World's. It's a tough one for me to decide on.
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    I like different ones for different reasons. I think that Splash Mountain has the best over all theming and I enjoy it but I could do without getting wet (I love to have my kids wet though! ) Everest is good but after one ride, I'm okay with not going on it for the rest of the trip. I really like BTMRR but I really like it at night. So I went with Space Mountain because I like to ride it over and over and over and could ride it multiple times per trip.


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    Space Mountain is my favorite. It's the one I rode first back in 1985 at the age of 9 and being a huge Star Wars fan, I'm also partial to space things. I love the stars...
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    Although Expedition Everest is more thrilling and I love thrill rides Splash Mountain holds a special place in my heart because it was my first WDW ride.
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    In Splash Moutain,first you're watching a cute little parade, then you go 7 STORIES DOWN HILL!!!!!
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    Re: Battle of the Disney Mountains!

    All great rides, but Splash Mountain has it all! It's a thrill ride, a water ride, a dark ride, it's got the Song of the South movie tie in, and the music always puts the goofiest smile on my face

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    Re: Battle of the Disney Mountains!

    I love Space and BTMRR, but like everyone has said, Splash has all the elements. Ending with Zip-a-dee-doo-da just caps it off and makes it the perfect ride to start any trip to WDW.
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    Re: Battle of the Disney Mountains!

    Yeah i liked working at splash. It was a nice change of pace from thunder
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    Re: Battle of the Disney Mountains!

    Splash because like everyone has said, it has it all. I love the theming in the whole area of the attraction and it just puts you in a great mood when you are done with the ride.

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    Re: Battle of the Disney Mountains!

    Has to be Splash for me. I don't really like roller coasters, and Splash is a much more gentle ride - until the end!
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    Re: Battle of the Disney Mountains!

    you should also ask who dosen't like any of them. what about the wuiet rides (ha ha ha )
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    Re: Battle of the Disney Mountains!

    Splash for sentimental reasons...but for the thrill, Everest!



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    Re: Battle of the Disney Mountains!

    Close call between Splash and Space. Space wins out for me with just a little more in the nostalgia department.

    Hope the upcoming refurb doesn't harm the retro-future vibe.



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    Re: Battle of the Disney Mountains!

    It is so hard to pick. They are all awesome rides, however, I would have to say Space Mountain is my favorite. It was the first roller coaster that I ever went on, and I am a roller coaster fanatic. I am curious to see what it is like after the refurbishment in late fall. We are planning on going this winter and I am so excited.





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