About Grizzly River Run
A long, tall, fast, spinning white-water river rafting ride. You WILL get wet.
Rating: 4 smiles
Recommended for: Teens and adults who don't mind getting wet
Grizzly River Run Facts
- Type: Water ride
- Location: Grizzly Peak
- Height restrictions: 42 in (106 cm)
- Duration: 5 minutes
- Use a Fastpass to shorten your time in line, or try getting in line during the parades or evening shows. If you don't mind getting split up from your companions, a Single Rider line is also available.
Advice About Grizzly River Run
- This herky-jerky ride is not for anyone a neck or back trouble, heart problems or for expectant mothers.
- You're going to get wet. It's almost impossible not to. Be sure anything that water would damage is put away securely.
- Ride during mid-day when it's warmer so you don't have to walk around cold and wet, but not just before going inside an air-conditioned restaurant or show.
- Put away your glasses and hat before you ride, or you may lose them.
Fun Facts About Grizzly River Run
One of the ride's drops is 21 feet tall. Its designers say they designed to go higher at the beginning so they could have more fun with you on the way down.
You will have to transfer from your wheelchair or ECV by yourself or with help from your traveling companions. There are some steps to go up and down as you get on and off. Enter with everyone else and then go through the designated gate near the loading zone. If you're using a Fastpass, ask a cast member at the loading area for help. Service animals are not allowed.
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