You would think that Peter Pan would be a faster line since it doesn't stop. As for shortest - either TTA or El Rio del Tiempo without a doubt. I've never waited to get on that little boat through Mexico.
How bout Soarin. That line is always long.
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I think TTA has the shortest lines. It's a Small Word has always had a short line when I've gone as well.
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Funny how things work out isnt it. You would think that these rides that never stop and hold a decent amount of people would never have huge lines and yet sometimes its endless. Kali River Rapids gets insane and there is always a boat for eight people ready to be loaded and same thing with Peter Pan. Just imagine what the lines would look like if they stopped the ride each time for easy boarding. Lines too infinitey and beyond.....or at least 5 hours long.....maybe.Originally Posted by stitch625
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..always has a at least a 45 minute wait whenever I go. Splash Mountain is usually short, maybe because my last few trips were in the winter! I've seen it go past 90 mins in the summer...Test Track is ALWAYS long, every time I've gone, it the first place I go when I get to Epcot (to at least get a FP)...but Soarin' is right up there too.
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for me its always peter pan...last year we went at the beginning of may...we never had to use a fast pass (empty parks) and on several occassions rode some rides again and again and again...EXCEPT peter pan. 45 minutes without fast pass. everyone LOVES this ride...for me, never fails to be the longest wait
Peter Pan is definitely the worst to wait in. The scenery doesn't change. I refuse to do stand-by with PP. Fast Pass everytime. At least with TT and SM there is stuff to look at rather than wrapping back in forth in the same room.
Peter Pan's line is always sooooo long when I walk by....like an 80 minute wait. I never get to ride it unless I go first thing in the morning.
Peter Pan, unless you go on a day when a tropical storm is supposed to hit, 5 min. wait or less on everything.