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  • [Question] Attractions beyond the berm

    I know some attractions actually go under and beyond the boundaries of the berm (POTC, HM, Indy--any more?). I was just wondering if there are any maps/illustrations that show just how far you travel out underneath the parking lot or wherever?

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    Re: Attractions beyond the berm

    Originally posted by ld2 View Post
    I know some attractions actually go under and beyond the boundaries of the berm (POTC, HM, Indy--any more?). I was just wondering if there are any maps/illustrations that show just how far you travel out underneath the parking lot or wherever?
    They actually just take you out into the show buildings. I think Splash Mountain travels outside the berm. The show building is right next to the Haunted Mansion's. I was evacuated from Splash Mountain one time. They walked us back to the park between the two buildings, IIRC.

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      Re: Attractions beyond the berm

      Google Maps may be able to help.
      http://micechat.com/forums/disneylan...oto-heavy.html
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      No matter where you go, there you are.

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        Re: Attractions beyond the berm

        Google Maps is your friend. Splash, HM, POTC, Indy, all of Toon Town, and IASW.

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          Re: Attractions beyond the berm

          And here... You can see the show buildings of Indy, Pirates, HM, and Splash Mountain from this aerial view.
          Bing Maps - Driving Directions, Traffic and Road Conditions

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            Re: Attractions beyond the berm

            In addition to those stated above, Pooh Corner and The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh.

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              Re: Attractions beyond the berm

              and cast parking (sarcasm)
              Hidden Mickey - Tower of Terror



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                Re: Attractions beyond the berm

                I believe all DisneyParks fans should by requirement possess Google Earth on their computer - it makes looking up these sorts of things so much easier. Not only that, but you can do all sorts of measuring, and comparing, and planning - and even place your own pictures in the park for others to see!
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                  Re: Attractions beyond the berm

                  Originally posted by ld2 View Post
                  I know some attractions actually go under and beyond the boundaries of the berm (POTC, HM, Indy--any more?). I was just wondering if there are any maps/illustrations that show just how far you travel out underneath the parking lot or wherever?
                  this map with buildings labeled should help...

                  Wikimapia - Let's describe the whole world!

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                    Re: Attractions beyond the berm

                    Thanks for all the great resources!!!

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                      Re: Attractions beyond the berm

                      Attractions out beyond the berm.... *drumroll* .... every attraction at DCA.
                      "If we cut the budget are you going to be the one standing at the exit explaining to guests why the ride they just rode is a piece of crap?" - - John Lasseter

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