Minimum height to ride: 40 inches
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Originally opened in 1977, the Anaheim version of Disney's indoor "wild mouse" coaster ride through space now features an on-ride musical soundtrack, as well as a special Halloween version, "Ghost Galaxy" that runs in October.
Disneyland's Space Mountain also includes a dedicated loading bay for disabled guests, so they can load at their pace. The ride vehicle is on a platform that will eventually be slid into place and take off like other ride vehicles.
I am one of those that feels it is a lesser version of DW's. The whole building feels pretty small, and the layout is far too repetitive consisting of mainly turns and straight track and turns. There were very few drops put in. MK's huge show building is just so impressive. It also just had a much better layout with drops and sudden turns to where you actually don't know where you're going. However, DL does have a fantastic soundtrack that adds a lot to the experience. It is still Space Mountain and a ton of fun but just an inferior version. EDIT: I must say, Hyperspace Mountain improves on Space Mountain in many ways. The inclusion of a story gives a bit more interest in the actual events. And the Star Wars music is just fantastic for the environment and thrills. While I still think it lacks a good drop, I also was able to enjoy how smooth it is and how good and tight those turns are. Overall, I really enjoy Hyperspace Mountain and am glad it still has a home at Disneyland. 9/10
NorthRiver, but faster and spinning.
I LOVE IT SO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!
I LOVE SPACE MOUNTAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This ride is fun for all ages. Its not scary (except for Halloweentime), and a thriller. It may seem a bit scary too children, but its not a huge rollercoaster. Its a good way too get kids too try that rollercoaster and try and move up too the bigger ones.
One of my favorites and experienced ghost galaxy last time. That was pretty cool