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The mouse cars are very cute, and the location tucked away from the rest of the park in a grove of trees adds much to the ride. It is, however, a bit jerky ride, even among other mice. A very fun layout.
Certainly this is one of the better wild mouse coasters out there. I love the look of the cute, little mice cars and I also love how well the ride works with the many trees around the ride. The tilted lift hill was unique and the hairpin turns were pretty good at first, but the last few were trimmed a lot and quite slow. After that were two steep and pretty long drops that gave decent air and that was followed by a rough turn and then another segment of hairpin turns much like the first. Afterwards came a bunny hill finale that gave a little air, but was rough at parts.
Very nice location, almost hidden from the whole park. This gets a nine because this wild mouse was a little "wilder" than others, i thought the hairpin turns were at a pretty high speed (for such sharp turns. This is a must ride if you visit Idlewild.
Best ride in the park. Just an average mouse coaster.
Nice location and cars. The mouse cars are the best part. The ride itself is just a plain old wild mouse with better scenery. The ride is great in the trees. The tilted lift hill is also a highpoint. Best ride in Idlewild.
APPEARANCE-9 The mouse cars are really well done and the tress make for an extremely unique setting when you consider most mouse rides are just stuck in a flat piece of land. CAPACITY-3 Absolutely awful. Line moves very slow, the ops were in no hurry and not enough cars. 45 min wait if you make it to the back row of the que. RIDE QUALITY-7 Everyone I was with found it a little rough, but I thought it was quite good. Definately a couple spots with too much brake, but a couple of the drops were really good. Layout seemed unique also. FUN-8 I laughed quite a bit due to the fun and the groans of my co-riders. RERIDE-4 Too long of a line at a park that I may never visit again, gives a low reride value. Maybe if it becomes a stop on aTPR trip in the future. OVERALL-31 AVG-6.2 A nice 6 experience, though the actual ride was a little better to me.
The location of this coaster is great, nestled in the woods with trees intermingled with the frame. The right tilting lift hill is unique. The hairpin turns after the lift hill were extremely rough and detracted from my enjoyment of the rest of the ride. I was constantly worrying about protecting myself during the rest of the ride. The 2 drops are pretty fun, though.
This roller coaster is a really fun experience for anyone who loves roller coasters! It is a bit rough, but a fun ride! The first two drops are the best part of the ride, in my opinion. Whenever I was younger I was afraid of going on this coaster, but when I got on it and rode it I loved it. Ever since then this was my favorite ride at Idlewild Park. I love the scenery of this ride and the titled hill is really neat.
What a unique and interesting little coaster. Nestled amongst the trees with many of them sprouting up out of the structure of the ride. The cars are painted like mice and well padded. You go up a lift hill with the car tilted to the right, I dont know why it tilts (Does anybody know?). Once you get to the top you go through some hairpin turns and there are two drops that provide surprisingly good air for a wild mouse. The two negatives are the slow load time (even by wild mouse standards) and an over abundance of abrupt stops. For some reason single riders are not allowed to ride in the front row of the car. This is not like any other wild mouse.
Its okay...You get hurt really easily though its just like any other wild mouse..
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