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This ride did get me wet, but I was just a little disappointed that there werent any geysers on the ride. I when the workers spray water on you when you riding in the boat. I still would definitely go on it when its warm. Its better than any log ride/boat ride.
Roaring Rapids is pretty typical for a Six Flags river raft ride. A very wide river with large, pretty slow-moving rafts, but several sections of good rapids. There are no waterfalls or geysers or anything like that, so it is all up to the rapids to get you wet, and it can be kind of hit or miss. Youll definitely get splashed, but whether or not you get soaked depends on where you sit and how your raft turns. A downside of the ride is that it is not incredibly long, though the wait often is. An upside is that this is in kind of a remote, secluded part of the park that is very wooded, shady, and serene throughout the entire queue line and ride. This ties with Log Jammer as my favorite water ride at Magic Mountain.
Standard rapids ride. Fun as always. Long lines though. At least the line is has plenty of misters.
does not meet up too todays flume rides, that why the low low score.
Terreble, terreble ride. The lines are too long for a ride that doesnt get you wet.:cry:
This is a pretty nice rapid ride. There are some pretty big spalshes, and the ride moves at a decent pace. However, the rafts load a little more slowly then similar ones elsewhere.
This ride was alot of fun. I got realy wet on it!
Although it gets you soaked, its certainly not worth a wait. It has no drops, and you really dont go that fast, nor do you really feel like you are on rapids. A real dissapointment.
Out of the 3 rapids in SoCal (even though I dont consider MM in SoCal) this is the worst of the 3. Every time it gets momentum it slows down again, and there isnt too much spinning for the raft. Still, good to get out of the heat, and you end up with at least one article of clothing soaked.
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