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Yea, from what I know putting it on the hill would
A. Force the rides over there to close if construction extended into the season
B. Would “ruin the integrity of Jungle Falls”
C. not outright said but let’s be real, the hill probably isn’t the best structural wise.
 

Jonesta6

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Yea, from what I know putting it on the hill would
A. Force the rides over there to close if construction extended into the season
B. Would “ruin the integrity of Jungle Falls”
C. not outright said but let’s be real, the hill probably isn’t the best structural wise.

Points B and C have me curious - by integrity of Jungle Falls are they thinking aesthetics, since it's not really themed much beyond being placed on the hill where a ride above it changes any forced perspective?

Also, I thought the hill was basically a giant mound of rocks covered by dirt and concrete with wood decking and slides on top, is it actually more like the rebar/concrete Smurf Mountain/Volcano at KD?
 

Travis...

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Yea, from what I know putting it on the hill would
A. Force the rides over there to close if construction extended into the season
B. Would “ruin the integrity of Jungle Falls”
C. not outright said but let’s be real, the hill probably isn’t the best structural wise.
I heard that A is correct as basically all their major attractions are located on the hill. I don’t know about B. For C I definitely agree with you. That hill is ridiculously old and you can visibly see the erosion from water on it. This is really obvious if you look under Neptune’s Revenge.
 
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