Board your tea train in search of the mysterious YETI who has been known to terrorize the locals. The journey starts off smoothly, but then we find the tracks are destroyed and we must travel backward. We see a projection of the YETI and are sent forward (photo op) and circle back up into the mountain. You will get a VERY BRIEF view of the largest Disney animatronic ever built.
Ride early, late or use Fastpass+
Single Rider Line:
Must Transfer from Wheelchair/ECV
The queue is accessible to all, but may be difficult for ECV users. The last row of each train is handicap accessible, but requires transfer.
This attraction may be frightening for children
For safety, you should be in good health and free from high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure. Expectant mothers should not ride.
YES, added to Photopass
50 mph. It goes backward at hight speed for a short time..
2 individual seats per row with lap bars for each. 34 riders per train.
Weight and Size Issues:
Seats might be a bit tight for larger guests and leg room may feel limiting for taller guests.
Small children who are unable to ride or frightened to ride may enjoy Kaili River Rapids, Finding Nemo the Musical, Triceratop Spin, Primeval Whirl or character meets
Extra Magic Hours: