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The Disneyland Resort in California is home to dozens of classic rides and attractions.
With the public's increased desire of more thrilling experiences.
Disneyland has no shortage of high speed thrills for the entire family.
You can take a bobsled rides through the Swiss Alps while you race to the finish line in the Cadillac Mountain range, scream till you drop in the collector's fortress, then cool off with a splash on a zippity doo dah day.
There's something for everyone at both of the Disneyland theme parks, and the thrilling adventures are just waiting for you.
Most of these rides are extremely popular, so grabbing a fast pass when they're available isn't a bad idea.
So in order of speed today, we'll be counting down the top 10 fastest rides and attractions at Disneyland number 10 Gadgets go coaster.
We're starting this list off with one of the tamer thrills.
Located in Mickey's Toontown at the Disneyland Park Gadgets Go Coaster opened on January 24th 1993 and is of a coma junior coaster with a fairly short track layout.
The ride only clocks in at 44 seconds, but it's still an enjoyable ride if the weight isn't too long.
Although it's the shortest ride at Disneyland, it's still reaches a top speed of 21.7 miles per hour.
It's not the fastest coaster by any means, but you do get a nice overhead view of Toontown when you ascend up the lift hill and the coaster does go through many fun winding turns for a junior coaster.
It's highly themed and surprisingly, a lot of fun, making it a great mild.
Thrilled to get you warmed up for other attractions at the Parks number nine, The Matterhorn bobsleds.
You can't help but notice the 147 foot Matterhorn mountain peeking above Disneyland skyline.
The Matterhorn opened on June 14th 1959 and sits between fantasy land and Tomorrow land.
It was actually the first tubular steel roller coaster to ever be built, but technically it's two separate coasters since it has two non identical tracks.
The coaster has an average speed of 18 miles per hour but can top speeds of up to 25 to 27 miles per hour, depending on which side of the track you're on and the amount of weight in the bomb sleds.
Now each track offers a similar experience where you head up the lift hill, then twist and turn through the Swiss Alps, trying to avoid the abominable snowman.
The tomorrow landside could be considered the rougher and faster track, with the right time of about two minutes and 10 seconds.
It includes sharper turns, more drops, and we'll give you that extreme whipping feeling when he ride.
The fantasy land side, however, comes in with the right time of about two minutes and 25 seconds, and as a team where experience since it has more straight sections.
The end of both tracks features the famous splashdown, which actually acts as a braking system for the ride.
And although this isn't a water ride, be prepared to possibly get wet.
The Matterhorn offers a single rider line, and even though it's an overall bumpy ride on both tracks, it wouldn't be a day at Disneyland without going on the Matterhorn bobsleds.
Number eight Goofy Sky School.
Now it's time to head off into Disney's California adventure to find Goofy Sky School.
Located in Paradise Park.
This coaster originally opened on February 8th 2001.
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It was later changed the Goofy Sky School in 2011 but since the coaster is partially enclosed and tucked away into this corner of the park, it's pretty easy to miss it.
Goofy Sky School is your typical off the shelf wild mouse roller coaster that can be found in many local amusement parks around the world.
After you board your plane, you're ready to navigate the sky through many sharp turns as you pass cutouts of goofy while getting a great view of Pixar Pier.
Then be prepared for many sudden dips and drops as you reach a top speed of 27 miles per hour.
The entire ride lasts one minute in 45 seconds, and for what it's worth, it's a pretty enjoyable coaster that isn't too intense and just also happens to have a single rider.
Line number seven, the Disneyland Monorail Tomorrow land is our next station stop.
The Disneyland monorail system opened on June 14th 1959 and was the very first daily operating monorail system in the Western Hemisphere.
Unlike Walt Disney World's monorail that acts as a transportation system, Disneyland's is an actual attraction.
Today, the monorail fleet consists of three mark seven trains red, blue and orange.
A new train departs every five minutes as it travels in a continuous loop between the two stations and tomorrow land and downtown Disney.
Now the monorail track sprawls 2.5 miles across the resort, and although this isn't a thrill ride, it's so reaches a top speed of 30 miles per hour.
But honestly, it doesn't feel that fast at all.
With the right time of about 10 minutes, it's a perfect way to take in some relaxing high speeds while taking a break from the hustle and bustle of the part Number six Space Mountain.
Staying in tomorrow and we'll blast off to find the only enclosed coaster at the resort.
Space Mountain opened on May 27th 1977 and was the second roller coaster to be built at Disneyland.
Now this version of the ride is a much smaller version than its counterpart in Florida.
But although it's small, it's mighty.
What makes this version of Space Mountain stand out is the onboard audio soundtrack in the Rockets and the fact that the entire coaster received a brand new track in 2005.
Once you're seated in your rocket ship, you're in for a pretty smooth ride.
You leave the loading platform, then head up a series of lift hills and lighted tunnels.
Aside from the end of the ride, these air gonna be the Onley sections of the ride where there's light.
Then the rest takes place in complete darkness, with many shooting stars in the forecast.
It's an exhilarating two minutes and 30 seconds of unexpected twists and turns through the dark.
This ride really gets your adrenaline pumping, since you never know which direction you'll be moving in next, Hands down Space Mountain is the ultimate thrill through the dark, so you're definitely not gonna want to miss this 10 and they recently introduced a single rider line, which can also help cut down on that wait time.
Number five Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Frontier Land is home to another iconic mountain here you'll find the 104 foot view set to resemble the Bryce Canyon in Utah and his home toe, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
The attraction opened on September 2nd 1979 replacing the mine train through Nature's Wonderland Ride.
Now Big Thunder Mountain in California is a mere of the track layout in Florida, and California's version is the only Thunder Mountain with an outdoor loading station.
Now, as you step into your train, get ready to hold on to those hats and glasses, because this here's the wildest right in the wilderness, reaching speeds of up to 35 miles per hour, Big Thunder Mountain takes you up.
Three Major lift hills down multiple shallow drops.
Pass an animatronic goat as you two in turn through many short tunnels, ending your wild train ride through the town of Rainbow Bridge.
It's a highly themed outdoor coaster with some pretty cool effects as well.
Since this ride doesn't have any steep drops, riding in the back will give you that extra bit of thrill.
And if you want a less intense experience, take a ride in the front.
Big Thunder Mountain is an overall immersive, thrilling rollercoaster that can be enjoyed by the entire family.
Number four.
Guardians of the Galaxy Mission Breakout.
The next attraction at Disney's California adventure is hard to miss since it soars 183 feet over the park.
Guardians of the Galaxy Mission Breakout opened on May 27th 2017 replacing the previous Twilight Zone Tower of Tear Mission Breakout is still a drop tower, right?
So be prepared to scream, but also be prepared to laugh.
As you step into the Collectors Fortress.
You'll soon be greeted by rocket raccoon.
Then, as you're seated in your ride vehicle, he cuts the power and tries to regain control of the gantry lift.
Now here's where the experience gets wild.
The lift takes you up, then drops you up to 130 feet at speeds of 39 miles per hour.
And for the entire two minutes and 10 seconds on the ride, the vehicle is constantly in motion.
Even when it stops or the show scenes, it's still bounces you up and down.
It's honestly, a really fun ride, and you also get a great bird's eye view of the park.
They're six different sequences, each with its own song visuals and drop sequence that's sure to make you scream.
You never know which sequence you'll get, so this is the perfect attraction to ride more than once.
Number three Radiator Springs racers next will speed off into cars land at Disney California Adventure, where it's home to the one and only Radiator Springs racers.
The attraction opened with the land on June 15th 2012 and gives you the unique opportunity to race through the Cadillac Mountain range.
As you step into your car, you begin a leisure journey through Ornament Valley, then head into the indoor show scenes.
You'll find some of the best animatronics at Disneyland on this ride.
Now these show scenes get you ready for the big race.
Then you're off your car accelerates back outside, traveling along many hills and bank turns, where you reach speeds of 40 miles per hour racing to the finish line.
A winner is selected at random, so in any case, you have a 50% chance of winning the race.
Radiator Springs racers does have a single rider line that can really help cut down on wait times, since this is a very popular attraction at the park between not knowing if you'll enter Luigi's room on the left of Ramon's room on the right, inside the show building or whether you're the insider outside car on the track.
And if you'll win the race, Radiator Springs always gives you a unique experience every time you ride number to Splash Mountain, every day's a Zippity Doo Dah Day in Critter Country at Disneyland Splash Mountain officially opened on July 17th 1989 and takes your classic log flume ride to a whole new level as you board your log will embark on a leisure journey through the world of rare rabbit as he tries to find his laughing place.
Using a combination of outdoor and indoor show scenes with animatronics from the Old America sings attraction and a catchy musical score, Splash Mountain offers a lot to see and hear before the big drop.
Descending 52 feet at a 45 degree angle, your log travels down the flume in a mere three seconds, reaching a maximum speed of 40 miles per hour now.
Originally when Splash Mountain was built, the drop was 47 degrees.
This was two degrees steeper than the other two splash mountains around the world.
But the most recent refurbishment in 2018 corrected the angle to 45 degrees.
But don't worry, you'll still get wet.
Splash Mountain also has a single rider line, which condemn finitely help cut down waits with the right time of nine minutes and 30 seconds.
It's a great way to get out of the sun and cool off on a hot day at Disneyland number one.
The in credit coaster, the fastest ride at the Disneyland Resort can be found in Pixar.
Pierre Thean Credit Coaster originally opened as California screaming on February 8th 2001 and it was an opening day attraction at Disney's California Adventure.
Depending on when you watch this, California screaming is either still being transformed into the in credit coaster or it's already open.
But either way, the mechanics of the coaster are the exact same.
This I speed ride takes you from 0 to 55 miles per hour in a mere four seconds as your launched up into the first screen, too.
You'll soon be covering 6000 and 72 feet of track, and this actually holds the record for being the third longest steel coaster in America.
Through your two minute ride, you'll head up and down multiple hills around many turns and upside down in the famous Luke.
This is the only coaster at Disneyland that goes upside down.
You'll also travel through multiple enclosed scream tubes where, inside you'll see some of your favorite characters from The Incredibles.
The In credit coaster offers a high speed, thrilling experience, and it's another one of those rides that really gets your adrenaline pumping with it being the fastest ride at Disneyland.
You'll definitely want to ride this one over and over again.
So there you have it.
Those are the fastest rides at the Disneyland resort.
In your opinion, what's the best thrill ride at Disneyland?
Have you ever been on all these rides in one day?
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