Monday, April 7, 2014

Wonder Mountain’s Guardian Ride Provides Thrills in 4-D

Canada's Wonderland Logo
Every summer, from as far back as I can remember, we would pack a picnic and the whole Family would pile into the station wagon for a day of fun at Canada’s Wonderland. Last summer, when The Kids were 3.5 years old, we decided to keep the tradition going. Besides, we wanted to see if a love of roller coasters was hereditary. Turns out it is!

There was so much for The Kids to do and we didn’t even do half of it; shows, rides, water park, games, movie. I can’t stress enough how impressed we were that they made it from 10am until 8pm. We debated staying for the nightly fireworks display but we didn’t want to push our luck. The day had gone off without a hitch and we wanted to keep it that way. The Kids have been talking about going back to the park since we pulled out of the parking lot last August.

Turns out that Uncle Andrew will beat us to it because being the creature of habit that he is, on May 4, 2014, Opening Day, he’ll be the first in line for the newest attraction…

Wonder Mountain Guardian Logo

Wonder Mountain’s Guardian Roller Coaster!

For more than 30 years, a familiar darkness has surrounded Wonder Mountain at Canada’s Wonderland. Guests and employees alike have suspected a dark mythical presence hidden within this iconic landmark. In May 2014 the park will throw speculation about these myths aside and blast into Wonder Mountain to unveil a thrilling new interactive 4-D dark ride, Wonder Mountain’s Guardian.

Wonder Mountain’s Guardian begins with a perilous climb up the side of Wonder Mountain then plummets into its core traveling through five different layers of this dimensional world. Riders will encounter mythical creatures as they navigate 1,000 feet of coaster track through a desolate forest, underground lake and Draconian City. The quest culminates as riders enter the dragon’s lair for the ultimate battle with a heart stopping finale.

Whether you’re a thrill seeker (of the amusement park kind) like me or choose to take things slow, Canada’s Wonderland has something for everyone. Some of our favourites are; Vortex, Top Gun, Minebuster, Leviathan and The Kids favourite, Taxi Jam. There is far too much to see in just one day but have no fear, Seasons Passes are available. After two visits, it’s paid for and the rest of the summer your riding for FREE! Speaking of free…

Wonder Mountain’s Guardian Ride Provides Thrills in 4-D!

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158 thoughts on “Wonder Mountain’s Guardian Ride Provides Thrills in 4-D

  1. andie

    I think my kids would love the rides “TAXI JAM” and “BLAST OFF!” They really want to go the CW. They have heard all about it but never been there yet.

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  2. Brandee

    I learned about the interactive and wducational exhibit Dinosaurs Alive. I think my son would love it!

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  4. Moe Bwell

    We loved Planet Snoopy, the rides are perfect for our girls age group, and they still think they are living on the wild side.

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  5. tammy campbell

    my favorite has always been minebuster. I think that old wooden roller coaster is scarier and mire thrilling than all the other rides put together

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  6. suzi

    I love the Mindbuster (though now I’m wondering if I’ve been calling it the wrong name for years!*lol*)

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  7. Jennifer Wilson

    The Leviathan is my absolute favourite ride!! Went on it 3x in a row last year when there was no line up! It was amazing!

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  9. Laura

    Vortex has always been my favorite ride. I love how it goes through the mountain and almost ‘crashes’ into the water.

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  10. Mary M

    Family loves Canada’s Wonderland. Splash Works, White Water Canyon, Timberwolf Falls, and Backlot Stunt Coaster, Great day of fun, food and laughter.

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  11. Natalie

    My favourite ride is White Water Canyon. I always go to Wonderland with a big group of family so it’s nice to be able to all go on a ride together like that

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  12. dani

    Haven’t been to Canada’s Wonderland in twenty or twenty-two years. Hmm.. should bring the kids there this summer maybe. 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win!

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  13. Terri O'Donnell

    We are hoping to get there this summer on vacation! My son would love Dinosaurs alive & KidZville 🙂

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  15. Leigh-Ann Murphy

    I was there opening day for White Water Canyon years ago. It’s still one of my favourites. I also learned there are great food deals if you look.

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  16. katy emanuel

    Swan Lake would probably be my favourite ride since it is one I could do with my daughter who would love it.

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