I can't part with my beloved Splash. And Space needs to stay in TL to make something still seem futuristic. But don't worry, Big Thunder, I still love riding you.
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With a heavy heart: big thunder. I love the ride and have so many great memroies growing up with that ride, but the I have more with Splash Motuain (and Space Moutain IMHO is far superior as a ride to Big thunder)
Good thing this is pretend and we get them all!
Sometimes we cannot help, but be a little over dramatic...
Big Thunder's the easy choice. It took away one of the more iconic Walt-era rides and Frontierland has done nothing but decay since it opened. It's a fun roller-coaster, but to me, it's definitely the weakest of the mountains. Frontierland needs an expansive e-ticket like the Mine Train again.
I'd say close space mountain, while I enjoy it and all, its my least favorite, mostly because its indoors and dark, and I just prefer outdoor coasters so Thunder Mountain gets my vote there, and well Splash Mountain can't go anywhere as I love flume rides and its the only one...
Without even thinking about it logically, as in what the ride would be replaced with, I would choose Splash. I will sadly admit I haven't seen Song of the South, so I have less of an emotional attachment.
i wold say big thunder mountoon and bring the mine train thogogo natuster wonder right thir
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I would pick Splash Mountain. I think I have only ridden it 3 times since it opened - and was drug on there each time! The only picture I have of us riding it with 2 of the grands shows the sheer terror on their faces!
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Big Thunder easily. It's part bitterness because Big Thunder displaced my beloved Nature's Wonderland... part disappointment; at best the thrills are medium, the third lift is pointless, there's no speed or thrill following that third lift and the ending is anticlimactic, the design and decoration is adequate, but really only at the quality level of Knott's, not Disney. It was located badly, right in the heart of Frontierland, when it should have been built on the northern outskirts of Frontierland, even if the Disneyland Railroad had to go through it. And to top it all off, a perfectly innocent guest was killed on it on September 5, 2003. All in all, it's a loser. If I was in charge of the park, it would already be out of there and there would never be a mention of it again.