rocky mountain railroad
Rocky Mountain Railroad

Rocky Mountain Railroad

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?


Rules of the ride

Safety Instructions

  • Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
  • No pushchairs to be taken into the queuing area. Due to fire regulations.
  • Please refrain from eating and drinking whilst on the ride.
  • Guests must remain seated with arms and legs inside the train at all times.
  • Ensure all valuables are secure i.e. hats and glasses, and any loose garments are kept inside the train at all times.
  • Guests must follow ride operators instructions at all times.
  • Please ensure young children are restrained in case the train comes to a sudden stop.
  • This ride is monitored by CCTV for the safety of all its passengers.

Can I Ride?

  • Guests must be able to be seated upright.
  • Wheelchairs can be taken up to the loading platform.
  • Wheelchair users must get out of their wheelchair to ride and be accompanied by a carer to assist them to board and alight.(no steps into carriage)
  • For safety reasons, this ride is not suitable for non-ambulant guests due to evacuation procedures.