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Lumberjack Lifts reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Lumberjack Lifts, a flat ride at Dollywood. (The minimum height to ride is 39 inches.)

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Posted: March 1, 2008

An "interactive" children's tower ride where riders pull themselves up 25 feet in the air, then drop at a slow speed, or hang on to the rope and enjoy the view of Timber Canyon.

Children under 48 inches tall must ride with someone 16 years or older.

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4 votes, so far

Its fun for the younger crowd and those of you who are looking for a forearm workout. Seriously, I work out a lot and it killed my forearms. - Jordan Driver

A fairly lame attempt to keep young one's occupied while the older/taller folks ride Mystery Mine and Thunderhead. I would like to see this space put to better use. - James Rao

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