Naturally, this means one thing: you're gonna need a game plan.
Lucky for you, I had some spare time...
1st - From 5th April 2003 - Nemesis Inferno (The new inverted coaster in Calypso Quay)
2nd - Colossus
3rd - Zodiac
4th - Vortex
5th - Detonator
6th - Logger's Leap
7th - Ribena Rumba Rapids
Now you're nice and wet you can go and get completely soaked on Tidal Wave. Bear in mind that if you're not into high thrill stuff you have only done three rides at maximum (you might find Logger's Leap or Tidal Wave too much to cope with). If this situation arises, and you have kids with you, now is the perfect time to ride the multitude of children's rides scattered all over the park.
Things to do later in the afternoon or when lines are long - Flying Fish, Pirates 4-D, Calgary Stampede,
Things you can skip if you have to - Teacup Twisters, Waterbus, Sunken Garden, Model World, Rocky Express, Canada Creek Railway, Depth Charge, Neptune's Beach, Wet Wet Wet, Safari High Dive Show, Thorpe Farm, X:\ No Way Out.
Kid's attractions (skip if you don't have children with you) - Neptune's Beach, Sea Snakes and Ladders, Fantasy Fish, Galleon Race, Happy Halibuts, Ollie Octopus, Slippery Serpent, Swinging Seashells, Up Periscope, Mr. Monkey's Banana Ride, Chief Ranger's Carousel, Miss Hippo's Fungle Safari, Ranger's Showcase.
Best Virtual Q Tickets - Colossus, Logger's Leap, Nemesis Inferno (expected).
That is the complete list of confirmed rides for 2003 at time of writing. Another two rides are going into Lost City, one being a Magic-Carpet style ride and the other being a Ferris Wheel, but whether they will draw big enough crowds to warrant an early morning visit however, is yet to be seen.
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