- Jul 14, 2010
How wet are we talking when you ride Splash Mountain?
Wow, that suprises me. I have never gotten wet at all on Pirates. But I have on Splash. I guess every ride is different and you just never know.The only time I got wet on that ride was when it started to rain while on it.. maybe a few drops and everything but never anything that would make me protect my camera for a future ride.
pirate on the other hand, I woudl not have my camera out.
You must be lucky. I have absolutely gotten off Splash looking like I just jumped in a swimming pool. One time, it was particularly bad. You should have seen the look of horror on the late teen/early 20's girl who was stepping into my seat. On the other hand, I've also gotten off that ride completely dry. It's a different ride each time, but be prepared to get soaked because it can (and does) happen.These threads about "how wet" on various rides do crack me up. It's all in the eye of the beholder, I guess. I don't know how many times I've been on SM, I'd guess it to be around 100. Never once have I gotten wet to where I'd say I was "soaked". To me, being soaked means I look like I jumped in a pool with all my clothes on. Nor have I ever once seen anyone getting off SM that wet. To my knowledge, SM doesn't "splash" water like that at any point. Only time I've ever been that wet on any WDW ride was on Kali, back in the "good ol' days" of the ride. Even that seems to be more tame now, which stinks. I'm not implying that nobody gets wet, because you certainly do. I think it's just perspective and tolerance/desire for same. I love it, it's part of the fun of the ride. Even in winter, I refuse to wear a poncho, it's a water ride.