Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain
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- 98%Family Travelers
- 71%Adventure Travelers
- 56%Local Culture
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (17)
- Alpine Slide at Magic MountainAmbassadorMember ofStudentsBackpackersFeb 20, 2014
In a world of hiking, fishing, boating, horseback riding, and otherwise generally getting in touch with nature, it's refreshing to have something else to do - especially for the kids. The Alpine Slide is a lot of fun when the weather is good and the mountain sun beats strong - seek sanctuary in the shaded holding area and enjoy a refreshment while you wait to ride the chairlift up and toboggan yourself right back down.
- Alpine Slide at Magic MountainJan 07, 2014
huge slide AND you take a chairlift too.
Yes, a chairlift. This is no normal slide. For (average price est) $5, you ride the chair, to the top of the slide, grab yourself a cart (control your acceleration and braking) then you're on your way down the huge hill.
*NOTE* Don't wear flip flops- They'll likely fall off onto the track, right after you start sliding down and may fall in front of your cart causing a down the hill tumble, much like Humpty Dumpty.
If you want to make the trip even more fun, find your favorite jam on your phone and blast it all the way down.
Go here. Be brave. Slide fast.
- Alpine Slide at Magic MountainAug 24, 2013
Our kids (8 and 9) love going here all year round. In the winter, we ride the inter tubes. We like to take the moving walkway up the hill, then walk up behind the lines where there is a small area where the kids can play around with a smaller hill area. When there is no snow, we enjoy the bobsleds! Haven't tried the water slide yet..