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Indiana Jones et le Temple du Peril reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Indiana Jones et le Temple du Peril, a roller coaster in Adventureland at Disneyland Paris. (The minimum height to ride is 55 inches.)

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Posted: July 6, 2006

Rollercoaster where guests travel in mine cars around an ancient temple. This was the first ever Disney ride with an inversion.

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28 votes, so far

The best bit is the lift hill, where you get a good look at the excellent theming. A reasonable coaster, but not especially thrilling. I find it odd they don't even play the Indiana Jones theme as you queue - the whole thing just needs a little bit more to it to be more interesting. - Ian Robinson

Great theming. Poor ride. My neck still hurts two weeks later. - Matt Kutylo

A boring, off the shelf coaster made bearable by the decent theming, decent queue, and my love of Indiana Jones. - Sean Huckel

It's a fun coaster, with good theming 7/10 - Big Cohube

A nice if short coaster with a great theme. Don't go on expecting much and you'll be pleasantly surprised, it's a lot smoother than I remembered and better than the previous backwards version that lasted from 2000-2004. Shame EuroDisney didn't go through with their orginal plans for a larger Indiana Jones themed area at the time of opening but what we got is still good. - Jason McLaughlin

One measly loop and a slow coaster. Disappointing really! 3/10 - D H

Overall a good rollercoaster set in a stunning setting. Allthough the ride is short it does manage to pack quite a punch. Track layout is well thought out. From the queue you will see the inversion, its position during the ride is quite unexpected. - Ty Wijnans

A great ride but I hope they changed the shoulder harness. I kept banging my head against it! - Terry R

Its Fun, but short and not that thrilling. Still, the theming is cool - Ali Salem

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