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  • Le Thunder Mountain

    I've not been to DRP, but I was being a voyeur via Google maps and I noticed that Thunder Mountain appeared to be on an island with no bridges visible to the "mainland".

    My question is, do guests need to board boats, rafts or what have you to get to the ride and back?
    Disney FAQ#275: What is DCA?
    DCA stands for Disney Construction Area. All the Cast Members are themed with hard hats and steel toed boots.

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    There's a tunnel that the coaster traverses. You board on the mainland.

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      Re: Le Thunder Mountain

      Originally posted by lazyboy97O View Post
      There's a tunnel that the coaster traverses. You board on the mainland.
      Ohhh, clever...
      Disney FAQ#275: What is DCA?
      DCA stands for Disney Construction Area. All the Cast Members are themed with hard hats and steel toed boots.

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        Re: Le Thunder Mountain

        And that ride under the River, particularly the ride back is Wild. One of the many reasons why DLP's BTMRR is considered the finest!
        Let's put the Walt back in Disney!




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          It is far far far far more impressive and exciting than the naff thing at WDW

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            It really adds something to the mix. Plus a nice view in Frontierland!

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              Re: Le Thunder Mountain

              Originally posted by opherrichards View Post
              It is far far far far more impressive and exciting than the naff thing at WDW
              It certainly is better than any other version of Big Thunder Mountain, but I wouldn't say it's that much better. Aside from the unique island in the middle of the river concept and a more intense ride, it retains the same experience and atmosphere as any other Big Thunder Mountain.
              ~ Tokyo DisneySeas Arabian Coast at nighttime ~

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                Re: Le Thunder Mountain

                It does make a great view, you have this big mountain with the trains going on and no people queing to spoil it

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