Jason Surrell Welcome,
The Disney Mountains: Imagineering at Its Peak
September 25, 2019 Comments.. 431
The Disney Mountains Imagineering at Its Peak How high How fast How d they do that The top favorites at any Disney Theme park always include the roller coasters The Disney Mountains Imagineering at Its Peak will tell you that and not only about t

  • Title: The Disney Mountains: Imagineering at Its Peak
  • Author: Jason Surrell Welcome,
  • ISBN: 9781423101550
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Paperback
  • How high How fast How d they do that The top favorites at any Disney Theme park always include the roller coasters The Disney Mountains Imagineering at Its Peak will tell you that and not only about the current Disney mountain range and its show enhancements, but about mountains unclimbed and mountains yet to be Attractions include Disneyland Matterhorn BobHow high How fast How d they do that The top favorites at any Disney Theme park always include the roller coasters The Disney Mountains Imagineering at Its Peak will tell you that and not only about the current Disney mountain range and its show enhancements, but about mountains unclimbed and mountains yet to be Attractions include Disneyland Matterhorn Bobsleds, Space Mountain old and new, Splash Mountain Big Thunder Mountain Railroad Never built Big Rock Candy Mountain and the Western River ExpeditionDisney s California Adventure Grizzly Peak and Grizzly River RunTokyo Disneyland Mysterious Island Journey to the Center of the Earth Disneyland Paris Big Thunder Mountain and Space Mountain Walt Disney World Space, Splash, and Big Thunder at Magic Kingdom Park Mount Mayday and Mt Gush, and the latest mountain Expedition Everest at Disney s Animal Kingdom Park

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    1. Sesana says:

      The breadth of coverage here is admirable. Probably most people asked to list Disney mountains would stop after Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, and Big Thunder Mountain. Disneyland fans would probably include the Matterhorn, and Disney World fans like myself would probably add Expedition Everest. And they are included, of course, with some very nice images from development. But Surrell also includes California Adventure's Grizzly Peak, Tokyo Disneysea's Jules Verne-themed Mysterious Island, Dis [...]

    2. Tracey says:

      While this book not as in-depth as his previous works (The Haunted Mansion: From the Magic Kingdom to the Movies and Pirates of the Caribbean: From the Magic Kingdom to the Movies), Surrell is dealing with a much larger scope to start with and IMHO does a very pretty good job with his topic. Presented in rough chronological order, each "mountain" in the Disney parks (domestic and overseas) has several pages devoted to it, with a description of its development, concept art, as well as a few behin [...]

    3. Brian says:

      Are you a Disney fan who loves the "mountains" of Disney? I'm referring to Splash Mountain, Space Mountain, Thunder MountainThe Matterhorn, Expedition Everest.ey're all in here and then some. This book is a must read for Disney fans, it gives you the history behind the attractions and has lots of beautiful pictures!

    4. Craig Williams says:

      This wasn't my first Disney book about the parks and attractions, but this was the first one that I took ample time to read. The main selling point of this book is Expedition Everest, which is great considering how much of a fan I am of the ride, but I think the parts that are most worthwhile are those that focus on the attractions that never were. Surrell did a lot of research and it shows. This is perfect for any fan of the Disney mountains, even if you are afraid to go on them.

    5. John says:

      Not a lot of new information here--most of what Surrell has to say will be familiar to Disney aficionados. The scope of the book means that there's not much coverage of each individual "mountain." The color plates are nice. Overall, worth reading, but not worth the eighty or ninety bucks you'll have to pay for a copy (it's out of print).

    6. Linda says:

      Put your surprise face on! A Disney booked that I loved! So interesting to read the behind the mountain stories about these E ticket attrations in the Disney parks. Know that I will look a little closer at the details next time I visit! Loved it!

    7. Amanda says:

      Finally got a copy of this in my hands (THANKS CAST LIBRARY)after having it on a to-read shelf for years. Didn't disappoint. Great info on the mountains. If only the Yeti still worked.

    8. Bayley says:

      Lots of fun and a must read for Disney buffs.

    9. Mark says:

      A really nice look at the mountains of Disney but wish there were more "finished" pictures to go with all the concept sketches & paintings.

    10. John says:

      Everything you ever wanted to know about all the mountains in all the Disney parks. I want to go on the Mount Everest one now!

    11. Michelle says:

      Fun reading. Lots of great pictures and concept art. Interesting to hear how the rides might have been, had the imagineers stuck to their original designs.

    12. Josh McConnell says:

      Very specific in the nature of its topic, but still a great read nonetheless.

    13. Gab says:

      Great book on the history and stories of the Disney "mountains". It was fun to see the concept art and pictures as each mountain was built

    14. Matthew says:

      Interesting book with loads of information on the earliest mountains. A but lacking in information of the international mountain ranges.

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