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Top 5 Walt Disney World Resort thrill rides
Sharing the best thrills at Walt Disney World Resort
Walt Disney World Resort is packed with roller coasters and water slides that are sure to make you scream. From Disney’s Animal Kingdom to Magic Kingdom Park, don’t miss these high-intensity thrill rides at Walt Disney World Resort.
On a recent visit to Walt Disney World Resort, we sampled all of the rides and made some tough decisions regarding which injected the greatest amount of thrills into our days. Wondering which topped our list? Here’s our countdown of the Top 5 Walt Disney World thrill rides. Have a look and start planning your vacation now!
Slide down one of the tallest and fastest free-fall body slides in the world at Disney’s Blizzard Beach. It’s 120 feet high and riders reach speeds of 55 mph on the descent!
Head to Frontierland at Magic Kingdom Park to experience this iconic log flume ride. You’re guaranteed to get wet, which makes it the perfect way to cool off on a hot day.
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
The old west has never been more exciting than it is in this ride. This coaster races through an abandoned mine. Hold on tight!
No Disney vacation would be complete without a ride on Space Mountain. Towering over Tomorrowland, this futuristic, indoor, in-the-dark roller coaster has been thrilling Disney guests for more than four decades.
Go to Disney’s Animal Kindgom to find one of the resort’s newest thrill rides. Expedition Everest takes you on hair-raising journey through the Himalayas, sending you both forward and backward! Watch out for the Yeti.
We’ll bringing sharing more Top 5 videos about Walt Disney World Resort throughout 2016. Stay tuned for more things to do and places to see. Want the latest updates? Search #ExpediaAtDisney on social media to get the latest news.
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