The Rocky Mountain Railway is a spectacular ride through the mountains and rivers of the deepest outback. But beware, those pesky bandits are everywhere. You’ll travel across a broken bridge (let’s hope it holds up for one more journey) and pass raging torrents and waterfalls around you.
From the Station Masters welcome at the start of the ride, to the journey through the busy and slightly creepy gold mines, it’s an action-packed ride for all and one that kids and adults love. You may need to duck every so often as all of the bandits are after your own treasure. But luckily there are a few cowboys on hand to help out, you may see the odd skeleton lying around from those who weren’t so lucky as we hope you’ll be and finally, watch out for the bubbling boiler at the end of the mine. Will it blow? Who knows?
This is a slow-moving passenger train with no inclines or sudden drops.
A perfect ride for the whole family to enjoy.
There is a brief dark section passing through an illuminated tunnel.
Guests with sensitive hearing may wish to use their aids such as ear defenders.
The volume isn’t excessively loud however the pitch may be overwhelming for some.
These rules are set out by the manufacturer of this attraction and approved by other enforcement agencies to be able to comply with safety regulations