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Hyperspace Mountain To Continue Popular Run Through Halloween Season

Hyperspace Mountain
Orange County Register
Brady Macdonald
July 11, 2019
July 14, 2019
Space Mountain won’t get the Ghost Galaxy holiday ride overlay this Halloween season.

A fleet of X-Wings, TIE fighters and Star Destroyers will keep a fiery interstellar demon from haunting Space Mountain this Halloween season as Disneyland extends the run of the popular Star Wars version of the ride.

Disneyland will continue the run of Hyperspace Mountain through the Halloween season due to the continued popularity of the Star Wars ride overlay on the venerable Space Mountain indoor roller coaster.

That means Space Mountain won’t get the Ghost Galaxy holiday ride overlay this Halloween season.

In past Halloween seasons, the Ghost Galaxy holiday overlay added video projections of spinning nebula and a fiery space demon to the pitch black indoor coaster. The fearsome intergalactic creature with a flaming skull head reached out with his skeletal hands as riders raced past in the dark.

The current run of Hyperspace Mountain began as part of a May the Fourth celebration in Tomorrowland ahead of the May 31 debut of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

Shortly after the unofficial Star Wars holiday, Disneyland announced that Hyperspace Mountain would stick around throughout the summer. Now the run has been extended again with Space Mountain scheduled to keep the Star Wars theme through the Halloween season, which runs from Sept. 6 through Oct. 31 at the Disneyland resort.

The Star Wars-themed overlay of the Space Mountain indoor roller coaster was first introduced during the 2015 Season of the Force event. Scenes of X-Wings, Starfighters and even the Millennium Falcon flash on the interior walls of Space Mountain as riders race through the dark aboard the indoor coaster. The highlight: A TIE fighter that heads right for the coaster train with an effect reminiscent of the boulder scene in the Indiana Jones Adventure.
Attractions Referenced

Hyperspace Mountain

Indiana Jones Adventure, Temple Of The Forbidden Eye

Space Mountain

Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy

Lands Referenced

Star Wars Galaxys Edge

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