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Logger's Leap reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Logger's Leap, a flume ride at Thorpe Park. (The minimum height to ride is 36 inches.)

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Posted: July 18, 2006

The tallest log flume in the UK, Logger's Leap is now dwarfed by Tidal Wave. However, it's relative dryness and the length of the ride ensures enduring popularity. The ride features a drop in the dark, and ends with a double drop. You won't get very wet, and the final drop packs a bit of airtime.

Common with many log flumes, the queue is mostly a cattlepen, with most of it under cover. The atmosphere is good thanks to the overhead displays of on-ride photos (the occaisional one prompting mass laughter from the crowd) and country music.

This is a fun family experience which gives a look into "old Thorpe". Quite a large queue line, but still a great ride.

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A lot more scary than it's newer cousin Tidal Wave. A classic in England. - Caroline Davis

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