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Matterhorn Bobsleds at Disneyland

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Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (208 votes)

Park:

Land:
Fantasyland

Type:
Roller coaster

Opening Date:
Jun 14, 1959

Height:
100 feet

Length:
2100 feet

Maximum speed:
27 mph

Manufacturer:
Arrow Dynamics

Model:
Steel roller coaster

Minimum height:
35 inches

The world's first tubular steel roller coaster, the Matterhorn Bobsleds is a Disneyland exclusive. And with its new trains for summer 2012, the slaloming, sledding adventure through the icy mountain has been given a new draw.

More information about Matterhorn Bobsleds:

Thursday, October 03, 2013 09:00

Theme Park Tourist takes a trip down coaster memory lane taking a look back at how Arrow Dynamics changed the industry as we know it. 

Upcoming refurbishments, rehabs and closures

We are not aware of any scheduled refurbishment periods for Matterhorn Bobsleds. Do you know of any upcoming "rehabs" that we're missing? If so - please contact us so that we can keep the list up-to-date.

Photos of Matterhorn Bobsleds

Reviews of Matterhorn Bobsleds:

Hope you know a chiropractor
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified)
on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 06:48

It's a great roller coaster especially for being so old but just be on notice that it is very rough on the back.

4
The Best Roller Coaster in the Universe
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified)
on Thursday, April 03, 2014 15:11

The first steel-tube roller coaster in the world remains the best, and it's at the original Disney theme park. Even with the slight evolutions and adjustments that have come with years of being a favorite ride in Disneyland (such as the addition of an abominable snow man), this thrilling simulation of a bobsled race in and out and down the face of the Matterhorn is still my favorite roller coaster. Disclaimer: Yes, I've been to Universal Hollywood, to Cedar Point, to Six Flags Magic Mountain, Sea World San Diego, and all four Walt Disney World Parks; yes, it's better than Rockin' Rollercoaster and Everest! Trust me, it's worth the price of an Anaheim vacation.

5

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