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  • [Question] Single Rider?

    I have just arrived at TDR and am having trouble finding this info so I thought I'd thrown it out here. Does anyone know all of the attractions at both parks that offer single rider? Thanks! Also can anyone quickly lost the attractions that have English assistance devices? Finally, is wifi offered in the park? I ask because tdwait.com is FANTASTIC but I am afraid I will not be able to access it in the park.

    I tried to find this in the threads because I know it is here but it's difficult as I am operating from my phone. Thanks in advance!
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    Re: Single Rider?

    Raging, Indy and ToT at DisneySea sometimes have single rider but I don't think it's all the time. There is English support at the Stitch Tiki room attraction at TDL and at TDS there is support for Mermaid Lagoon Theater and Magic Lamp Theater. Hope this helps and have fun!
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      Re: Single Rider?

      splash mtn sometimes has single rider

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      • #4
        Re: Single Rider?

        My TDR book also says that 20,000 leagues under the sea has single rider.

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        • #5
          Re: Single Rider?

          official website (for what it's worth) lists only splash, indy and raging spirits

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          • #6
            Re: Single Rider?

            Indy and Splash were the only two single rider attractions when I was there in August. AFAIK, those are the two most likely - the others are worth asking about before you get your FP.

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              Thanks so much! I just returned from may day at DisneySea and had a blast! I will share more later, Disneyland tomorrow! This was a huge help!
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              • #8
                Re: Single Rider?

                during my trip in early March - the single rider line was available for Indiana Jones. I was told that Space Mountain had a single rider line but it seems to not be all of the time as the cast member at the line entrance said no. It may come and go. It was a very very busy day so I not sure when it is used.

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                  Re: Single Rider?

                  I'm surprised to hear that Space Mountain has Single Rider at times.

                  The only Single Rider line I've ever seen at Tokyo Disneyland is Splash Mountain, and I have never seen it closed.

                  I have, however, gone to Indy at DisneySEA only to find that the Single Rider line is sometimes closed with no apparent rhyme or reason.

                  The Single Rider lines at 20,000 Leagues and Tower of Terror only seem to be open on very busy days, but even that doesn't seem consistent.
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                    Re: Single Rider?

                    Right now there is only Splash at DL and Indy and Raging Spirits at TDS. That is according to the English maps at least. I haven't tried any single rider lines yet, but I probably will tomorrow.

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