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Can you ride every ride in one day?


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  • [Question] Can you ride every ride in one day?

    Back in the 90s, when I lived in LA and was an annual pass holder, I gave myself the challenge to experiece every attraction at Disneyland in one day. Of course this had to be done in the summer, when all attractions were operating, ie, both the Columbia and the Mark Twain were running at the same time. I went on all the Main Street vehicles, both Autopia's (they still had the Fantasyland Autopia then) Minnie's House, Donald's Boat, EVERY attraction obscure or not. And this predated fast pass. It was a challenge. But with the knowlege I had about the traffic flow in the park, I was sucesssful. It was a tight squeeze, but I managed to do it a couple times (It was an exhausting experience) Now I live in Rhode Island. I have not been to the park in 10 years. My question is, can it still be done?

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    Re: Can you ride every ride in one day?

    YES, YOU CAN!!! It's called: The Gumball Rally!


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      Re: Can you ride every ride in one day?

      I tried twice. First time in 2007 with 6 hours left we had all rides in DL done except 12 which were mostly in Tomorrow Land. Then the power went out in Tomorrow Land and Fantasy Land. So after an hour we left cause we were tired.

      Then I tried last summer to do BOTH DL and DCA!! We started in DL, finished DCA in 6 hours and back to DL. Missed it by 17 rides. But we rode 58 rides! It was exhausting. Got to the park at 7am left at 1am. I was sore at work the next day. Reminds me I need to finish editing the video. Below is the list in order of the rides I rode in 08. This was right before TSMM opened

      • Peter Pan's Flight
      • Dumbo the Flying Elephant
      • King Arthur Carrousel
      • Mr. Toad's Wild Ride
      • Pinocchio's Daring Journey
      • Storybook Land Canal Boats
      • Casey Jr. Circus Train
      • Alice in Wonderland
      • Gadget's Go Coaster
      • Roger Rabbit's Car Toon Spin
      • Horseless Carriage
      • Omnibus
      • Horse-Drawn Streetcars
      • Fire Engine
      • Jungle Cruise
      • Tarzan's Treehouse™
      • Mark Twain Riverboat
      • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
      • Splash Mountain
      • Davy Crockett's Explorer Canoes
      • Haunted Mansion
      • Sailing Ship Columbia
      • Pirate's Lair on Tom Sawyer Island

      • Grizzly River Run
      • Redwood Creek Challenge Trail
      • Golden Zephyr
      • Jumpin' Jellyfish
      • Orange Stinger
      • Mulholland Madness
      • Maliboomer
      • King Triton's Carousel
      • California Screamin'
      • Tuck and Roll's Drive'Em Buggies
      • Francis' Ladybug Boogie
      • Flik's Flyers
      • Heimlich's Chew Chew Train
      • It's Tough to Be a Bug!
      • The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror™
      • Monsters, Inc.
      • Disney Animation
      • Turtle Talk with Crush
      • Muppet Vision 3D
      • Sun Wheel
      • Soarin' Over California

      • Disneyland: The First 50 Magical Years
      • Main Street Cinema
      • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
      • Enchanted Tiki Room
      • Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters
      • Matterhorn Bobsleds FL
      • Mad Tea Party
      • Autopia
      • Space Mountain
      • Star Tours
      • Astro Orbitor
      • Pirates of the Caribbean
      • Snow White's Scary Adventures
      • Indiana Jones™ Adventure
      FIRST DLR TRIP - 1981

      FIRST DLP TRIP - March 1997

      FIRST WDW TRIP - May/June 2006

      FIRST HKDL TRIP - 2016?

      FIRST TDLR TRIP - 2017?

      FIRST SHDL TRIP - 2019?


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        Re: Can you ride every ride in one day?

        3 words: AB-SO-LUTELY


        For me, Tomorrow is everyday...wait...what?


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