Indiana Jones et le Temple du Péril

Adventureland, Disneyland Park

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  1. If you want a really big buzz this is a must. But if you have a weak consitution, then think twice before going on this ride. It left me very queazy and not at all well.

    P.S. don’t forget your comb or hair brush for afterwards. :-i

    By Chris the big kid on 8th November 2007 at 12:14 am

  2. This is a great unique attraction to Disneyland Resort Paris. The themeing as you walk through the queue and even when you’re on the ride. Best time to ride at night as queues go down and the lighting effects look great !

    By Owain on 3rd November 2007 at 11:31 am

  3. The theming is marvellous, and the ride is thrilling, with numerous peaks and troughs, making it very fun to ride. While it may have been the first disney coaster with a loop, it is still more than capable of enteraining and terrifying even hardened coaster enthusiasts.

    That said, the coaster is seriously overshadowed by all of the other coasters in the park, and seems far too small to warrent such a large area of Adventure land that is dedicated to it. The coaster has clearly been a victim of the park’s teething troubles and when compared to the imagineers’ original plans for the area, you can’t help but feel disappointed.

    Another probem i have with this ride, is that it is seriously panful to ride; the fast paced, tight cornered track design, and the unforgiving head rests mean that after riding the ride once, you either suffer from a severe headache, putting you off riding it ever again, or spend the subsequent rides trying to find ways to brace yourself to avoid smashing your head on something. This is a shame, as without the pain element, it would be great.

    By davidrsykes on 1st November 2007 at 6:32 pm

  4. Great ride. Definitely not on caliber with the on in Anaheim, but a fun coaster! For first time coaster goers this one is far less intense than Space,Rockin or even Crush. Fun for most children, teenagers and adults. The theming is great but really wished that the ride was a bit longer.

    By mousemickey on 25th October 2007 at 12:40 pm

  5. Indiana Jones is a nicely themed roller coaster, every time I went to Disney this was one of my favorite attractions. The ride is a bit rough but that’s a plus for me, I don’t want a smooth India coaster. I think the roughness and noise are an essential part of the ‘Indiana feeling’.

    By Pr1me on 17th October 2007 at 11:04 pm

  6. This roller coaster attraction was shoehorned into Disneyland Parc to provide some thrills and it shows. Although the temple looks impressive, you never actually go inside. Instead, the big clunky mine cars just skirt around the outside of the temple. The roller coaster itself is fairly thrilling, especially as it now runs forwards (for a while the cars were turned backwards.) It’s not to rough although the constant twisting and turning towards the end may nauseate some guests. The Indiana Jones theme is minimal, Indy himself makes no appearance in the attraction.

    This attraction never attracts much of a line, perhaps due to its out of the way location or because it looks to intense for most guests. I wouldn’t wait longer than 20 minutes for a ride - if the line is long, try picking up a FASTPASS.

    As a roller coaster this attraction is moderately intense. It does feature a small and fast loop, and a few sharp drops. You can’t really see most of the ride until you’re on it, so you may want to ride first before letting more nervous kids ride.

    By lloyddy on 12th September 2007 at 6:41 pm

  7. Tucked away in the corner of Adventureland is one of my favourite rides in DLRP. The theming, especially thorughout the queue is really interesting and makes you feel like you’re actually taking a trip to a jungle temple! The ride itself is also really good, with the traditional uphill climb followed by drops and sharp turns, culminating in a loop in front of the queue full of excited explorers! This isn’t one of the smoothest roller coasters and can be a tad shakey especially through the loop, but hold on tight and you’ll be fine! This is one of my favourite coasters in the parks and definately a good way to experience your first inversion!

    By giorgio1712 on 10th September 2007 at 7:32 pm

Indiana Jones et le Temple du Péril

Roller coaster with drops and turns around a cursed temple, 1 inversion.