Probably Summit Plummet at Blizard Beach if that counts.
Was absolutely bricking it. I'm OK with heights but at the top you have to shuffle your body forwards towards the drop and it's so steep you can't even see the slide. You're essentially edging yourself off a cliff.
Just look at it o_O
It's an interesting point @Matt N
Skyrush is a great example to compare to Exodus. It is a short coaster but it's so good it doesn't matter. Every element delivers.
Exodus could be similar, I think we could be looking at one of the best ever first drops that could deliver serious ejector air...
Have also ridden all three of those and I couldn't disagree more. All of those crap on The Big One from an absolutely massive height.
Even if you take away the airtime advantage, Nitro in particular is 10 x more intense and forceful than The Big One.
The only positive I can think of is the...
Tbf Galatica was advertised like a brand new attraction.
I understand adding VR is more substantial to a ride experience than a re-tracking, but we all know Merlin won't spend money on something that doesn't immediately benefit them financially.
Loving that announcement. The first step in a long term marketing plan for the eventual resurrection.
If they're forking out for retracking they will want maximum possible return on investment.
Let's not forget Vick Narney himself was key to the 1994 advertising campaign. Maybe he's had some...
Joined the queue yesterday at 12.30 and was out by 23.30, got home an hour or so later.
I'm not a royalist and didn't feel particularly emotional about the Queen dying. I woke up yesterday morning with nothing planned and decided to go and witness history.
The first half was brilliant and...
That's down to the staff surely? The issue was IIRC they'd often wait til the train is loaded and then hurry a single rider through. If they batch them in sensibly it would work fine.
The main issue was congestion on the exit ramp with RAP I believe.
It's a bit more tricky at Thorpe as there are a lot of Traveller communities in the local area. Not sure what it's like these days but it used to be pretty much every Sunday at Fright Nights.
One year our ghost walk down the CCR track was interuppted by them hopping over the Monks Walk fence.
Thanks for the heads up, forgot this was a thing. Doubt we will get a confirmed date so just have to hope for the best.
Such a waste of space some of these people. They exist to make others lives a misery.
Whilst the Disney enthusiast committee is probably the most vocal in the world - its also the most irrelevant.
In the last few years they've acquired Marvel and Star Wars and these alone will keep guests coming for decades. Then you've got hit films like Encanto growing the power of the brand...