I came out of space mountain with palpitations last August lol
I don't do Space Mountain at all, though if one of my grandchildren really wanted to do it I might. I like RnR but don't do it anymore because of the way it jerks me around, but it is the only one I know that goes upside down. As for chicken exits, yes I'm almost positive that they all have them. The queue at Everest is fabulous if you have to go through it. Most of the time when we've done Everest it hasn't been all that busy though.
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It does NOT go upside down. It does, however, go backwards for a bit.Originally Posted by Beccaberry, post: 286928
FYI - Test Track is closed through November 1st. (not sure when Becca is going)Originally Posted by Tink, post: 286931
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I am not a massive coaster fan. Especially for ones that do things like turn you upside down. I hate getting banged around.
Having said that, I am a huge fan of Expedition Everest. I don't find it the least bit rough. It's probably my favorite "coaster" type ride that I've ever done.
And yes, ToT has a chicken exit. In fact, if you're a kid, it can be a really cool chicken exit:
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Now that is really nice! I wonder how often it happens? I've not ever heard of this, nor seen it before so thanks for the info!
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