What is the , be that , Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney California Adventure, or any other. ? Picture it. It’s a hot summer’s at your of choice. You’ve got all the time in the world to explore your favorite
But instead of sampling each or dark that you just can’t get enough of. So you it. And you it again. And then again. And pretty soon it’s closing time and all you’ve seen is the western-themed queue of . a healthy number of times, there’s that one
That, my friends is the .
Why do people the same Disney over and over again?
Well, I mean … because it’s fun right? Reddit user u/Georgiaboy_11 describes riding their favorite Walt Disney World — Expedition Everest at — a staggering 12 times in one .
It’s an excellent choice and a mighty record that definitely helps us see the appeal of committing to just one again and again. Though beware, if you’re going to attempt this challenge you’ve got to be someone who really doesn’t mind waiting in a long line. for a whole . Other like Georgiaboy says they used their (s) as well as the system to this iconic Yeti-themed
What are the most times you’ve ridden a Disney in one ?
My personal best is a measly eight, on Pirates of the Caribbean. The Paris strikes a nice balance between length and thrill factor (it includes a decent drop that most other versions don’t have), though if you want the best experience, get there right at the end of the (plus your (s), of course). In my experience, this as well as The are perfect for circling back around to them again and again.
If you’re looking at a thrill the ‘s (or any other ‘s) firework show when most families aren’t queuing, specifically, you can also time it during though to miss Happily Ever After would be a Disney crime in itself.
Which is the best for multiple rides?
Well, that depends on which you’re at, obviously. Something like Peter Pan’s Flight which has a universally long queue, or , which guarantees you getting soaked may not be the best idea.
This popular enthusiast made the excellent choice to tackle a Tomorrowland based thrill without the ‘soak factor’ of , and his overall number of rides is just staggering.
Of course, you need to do some planning ahead and work the system to feasibly any a mammoth 17 times in one . If you’re looking for a thrill like our friend here, using reservations for the or the rides are the best options for you.
But really, if a isn’t brand new and it has reservations going, you can make almost anything work.
Which is best for this ?
Again, that’s a toughie. You can probably make the challenge work in any based , and they tend to be around the same level of popularity.
Obviously, you’re sticking to one only throughout the whole , so you won’t need to worry about hopping at .
If we’re looking at is ideal for looking to break this record. “It’s a s is a popular and is quite long so may not be ideal. Plus the song may just drive you crazy after a certain number of hours. for the challenge, perhaps
‘s may seem like a good choice too as it’s a to many, though what you really want is something that isn’t too popular, isn’t too long, but is still fun. Hmmm…
No, really. Which is best for the challenge?
Is it over quickly? Yes.
Does it have a big enough to do this with a couple of mad friends? Yup.
Does it have a ? Not at every , though Cast Members will often syphon people off to fill an entire , greatly reducing your potential wait time.
Is it at every ? No, but there are equivalents like Tron Lightcycle at Shanghai Disneyland and : HyperSpace at Disneyland Paris (RIP the old Jules Vern-inspired SM).
So we think that is the optimal for the That just leaves us with one pretty boring question…
Is riding the same Disney in one 12-17 times a good idea?
I mean, you probably get through that many individual rides anyway, so why not?
If you can make it work with a combination of tickets, lines, abusing parade or show times, and closely examining the Disneyland app, I say more power to you.
Just be sure in your quest to ! can of course throw you around a lot too, so if you’re starting to feel any kind of whiplash, can the challenge immediately. your ultimate x times in one that you’re still looking after yourself. Drinking water and eating are critical for a good
Your health is the number one priority.
Yikes, I sound just like my Mom. me; look away now.
Whichhave you ridden more than any other? Did you take the Disney one ride challenge? Let us know about your Disney experience in the comments below.