COASTERS & THRILLS AT WDW
Howdy partners! For your safety, remain seated with your hands, arms, feet, and legs inside the train—and be sure to watch your kids. If any of you folks are wearin’ hats or glasses, best remove ’em—’cause this here’s the wildest ride in the wilderness! – Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
And off you go on the thrillingest ride of your life. Hang on. This month is Coasters and Thrills at WDW! Let’s count it down and get started. Five… Four… Three… Two… One… (big scream)…
Oh, the thrills you can experience at WDW. There is truly something for everyone. This month starts out with a look at the mountains of Walt Disney World. The mountains are some of the best rides not only at WDW but anywhere.
Next comes thrills for the whole family. Don’t forget the little ones. They like thrills too. And we wrap up the feature articles with a look at the non-mountain thrill rides. Who’s ready?
Speaking of thrilling… Brett Svenson shows us a day in the life of Cinderella Castle. From dawn until sunset. Watch Cinderella Castle go through a beautiful day.
WDW 101 kicks off with a look at Thrill Rides for First Time Visitors. Then we look at the single ticketed events and talk about if they are worth the price. WDW 101 wraps up with some common sense tips for dealing with the thrill rides (no it doesn’t include airsickness bags.)
Speaking of thrills. This month in the Best of WDW we look at some pretty thrilling locations.
The attraction of the month is one of the coolest thrill rides at WDW. It’s Primeval Whirl. When the thrills get to be too much you might want to slow things down over at the Port Orleans French Quarter, our resort of the month.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the best park for Coasters and Thrill rides at WDW and it’s home to both our restaurant of the month, Backlot Express and our shop of the month, Rock Around the Shop, the gift shop for Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster.
Wally D. leads off Section k! with a look at Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. You have got to see this. Then we look at height requirements for the rides at WDW. Oh, and we have some cool activities for you this month.
What’s your favorite roller coaster at WDW? What’s the best thrill ride for little ones? These burning questions and more we answer in this month’s Fanzone.
The recipe of the month shows how to make those incredible soft pretzels you get in Germany. The Vinylmation & Tsum Tsum Corners look at Thrills Vinylmations and Tsum Tsums.
Have you ever been selected to “star” in one of the Disney shows? This month we interview an extra from the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular and they tell us all about the backstage experience. It's pretty interesting.
Who doesn’t like pictures of rides? Boy do we have some beauties for you. Cliff Wang takes you on a bunch of the thrill rides at WDW. Now this is fun!
What is the news from Walt Disney World this month? We know & that’s where we start out.
Did you know that the tallest man made mountain is at Walt Disney World? Can you guess which one? That’s just one of the fun facts in this month’s Did You Know article.
Then we switch gears and look at some of the Little Things at WDW. How about the trash cans. Yes, the trash cans. They are one of the most overlooked but important parts of Walt Disney World.
In our Disney That Never Was we look at the second gate that was proposed for Disneyland. That would have been cool and we wrap up this month with a look at what’s going on at Disney Around the World.
Now that’s a thrilling issue. Let’s all jump on our favorite coaster and enjoy!