The Incredicoaster, located in Disney California Adventure, is a thrilling roller coaster that combines high-speed excitement with the charm of the Pixar film "The Incredibles." This coaster, which debuted in 2018 as part of the reimagined Pixar Pier, is a rebranding of the former California Screamin'. 

The coaster is known for its impressive launch, which propels riders from 0 to 55 mph in just four seconds, making it one of the fastest attractions at the Disneyland Resort. The ride features a series of high-speed twists, turns, and drops, including a full vertical loop. Along the way, riders are treated to a storyline that follows the Parr family (the Incredibles) as they attempt to catch the mischievous baby Jack-Jack, who's using his powers to create chaos on the coaster. The ride is peppered with special effects, character figures, and audio that enhance the narrative, making it a unique storytelling experience.

For those planning to ride the Incredicoaster, here are a few tips: First, consider using the Single Rider line if you don't mind splitting up your group, as it often has shorter wait times. Remember to secure loose items, as the coaster's high speeds can easily send things flying. Lastly, try riding the Incredicoaster at night. The lights of Pixar Pier and the illuminated coaster track create a mesmerizing backdrop, offering a different perspective than the daytime ride.

Attraction Details
Park:Disney California Adventure
Land:Pixar Pier
Length:3 minutes
Wet Factor:None
Height Requirement:48 inches
Popularity:Moderate to Heavy
Current Wait Time
Young Adult
Older Adult

Secrets, History and Fun Facts for Incredicoaster

  • Rebranding: The Incredicoaster was originally known as California Screamin’ before being rebranded in 2018 to fit the Pixar Pier theme.
  • Pixar Themed: It’s the first roller coaster at the Disneyland Resort themed after a Pixar movie, specifically “The Incredibles.”
  • Launch Speed: The coaster launches riders from 0 to 55 mph in just 4 seconds.
  • Tallest Loop: It features the tallest loop in a Disney theme park at approximately 120 feet.
  • Longest Coaster: It’s the longest roller coaster in a Disney theme park, stretching over 6,000 feet.
  • Special Effects: The ride includes special effects like fire, water, and smells to enhance the storytelling experience.
  • Jack-Jack’s Powers: Each tunnel showcases a different one of baby Jack-Jack’s powers, including fire, lasers, and teleportation.
  • Custom Music: The ride features a custom soundtrack composed by Michael Giacchino, who scored “The Incredibles” movies.
  • Edna Mode Cameo: Fashion designer Edna Mode from “The Incredibles” makes a cameo appearance in the safety video.
  • Hidden Mickeys: Keep an eye out for hidden Mickeys throughout the ride, a classic Disney touch.
  • Character Voices: The original voice actors from “The Incredibles” reprise their roles for the coaster’s audio.
  • Lifesize Figures: Lifesize figures of the Incredibles characters are featured throughout the ride.
  • Nighttime Experience: Riding at night offers a different experience with the track and pier lit up beautifully.
  • Dash’s Footprints: As the coaster launches, look for Dash’s footprints running alongside the track.
  • Mrs. Incredible’s Stretch: In one tunnel, Mrs. Incredible (Elastigirl) stretches overhead, trying to catch Jack-Jack.
  • Cookie Scent: In the final tunnel, riders can smell chocolate chip cookies as Jack-Jack is lured back with them.
  • Incredible Skyline: The skyline backdrop of the coaster is reminiscent of Metroville, the city from “The Incredibles.”
  • Duration: The ride lasts about 2 minutes and 36 seconds, making it one of the longer coaster experiences at Disney parks.
  • Single Rider Line: The coaster offers a single rider line, often reducing wait times significantly.
  • Photo Opportunity: A photo is taken during the ride, capturing the thrilling moment of the launch.

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