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Redwood Creek Challenge Trail
Website: California Adventure Homepage
Ride Type: Walk Through
Ride Status: Running
Average Rating: 3.7500
TPC Overall Rank: Rides need more than 25 reviews to be ranked.
Reviews: 6
Last Review: 12/22/2005 3:23:00 PM
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3 Rating
+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Scott on 12/22/2005 3:23:00 PM
A great place for kids. In this small parcel they had all the quality theming that is so sorely lacking in other areas of the park. The detail is everywhere - from sculpted logs that kids can crawl through - to giant walkways made of netting - to tracks left on the walkways by the various woodland creatures - makes this a real fun section to wander through for both adults and kids. Biggest hit that I could see here was the tire swings, amazing something that simple could delight folks so much isnt it? (They had longer lines than the Jumpin Jellyfish ride at Paradise Pier.) They had a small rock climbing wall, and a section where storytellers tell stories about california. Chip and dale run around the playground (which thrills kids) and the parents have a few benches they can sit on. The one problem with this area was the obvious lack of shade. Hopefully as the trees eventually grow upwards in this section - they will provide more shade here for visitors, as it was especially lacking in the storytelling area. 7/10

4 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up CobraRoll on 9/11/2005 6:14:00 PM
a really fun area for the kids, to bad theres not that much to keep the grown ups entertained.

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up scubadude on 10/14/2003 12:49:00 AM
When I went to DCA for the first time I was shocked to see this. In all of Disneys recent attempts to get rid of anything educational they go and put this in. Of course it is targeted for kids. This area is full of Jungle gyms, slides, rope swings, and high forts up in the top of the climbing structures. Each look out is named after a real look out tower in the Sieras. Threw out this are there are numeros points where you can learn interesting facts. Such things you can learn about are the way you can tell the age of a tree, animal tracking, and other nature facts. This is a great place for taking kids. The best part is that on most of the activiteys in this area the parent can also participate in. I went in this are with my cousin and Brother. We are all too old for these kinds of play structures but we still had lots of fun.

2 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up thesimboy on 9/29/2003 8:34:00 PM
I thought this had its qualities (themed well, nice decorating) but they were not enough to hide the fact that there is nothing for teens/young adults to do there. All you do is walk around this redwood forest. Much like Tom Sawyer Island at Disneyland.

4 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up BlueMystic on 9/20/2003 2:05:00 PM
I was actually quite suprised with this attraction. It is such a cool place to take the kiddies, and just kind of relax and walk around a bit. There is always minial crowds, and the different towers and whatnot are a really delight to the younger set. I think this is one of the best attractions at the resort! Points off b/c there isnt a whole lot to do for adults, but its still a great place for the kids.

4 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up thechad on 6/28/2003 4:53:00 AM
This is a great kiddie area. They got these tire swings for kids that go down this cable. It looks like tons of fun for kids..and it is hysterical to watch (mainly because most of the kids go flying off of them because the brakes is this big rubber tire at the end of the cable that the kids ram into.) And they got these rope tunnels going all througout the area about 60 feet in the air where you can get some really cool views. Their is also a wall where you try to hang on as you transvert from the right side to the left. There are many little things in this are that I still may not have found. Mainly fun for kids under 12. But still a nice resting point for parents. It is a playground meets Yosemite.

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