Grizzly Peak resembles a Northern Californian gold mining operation. The centerpiece of this section is Grizzly Peak, a 110 foot high bear shaped mountain that’s home to the Grizzly River Run attraction.
This is a huge children’s play area set in the California redwoods. There are plenty of fun things for kids to do along the trail. They can go through a redwood tree, play on the rock slide, cross the suspension bridges, climb rock cliffs, check out animal prints, and more.
In addition, the Wilderness Explorers' Camp has opened at Redwood Creek Challenge Trail, featuring Russell and Dug from "Up". As you enter the trail, you'll be met by Dug, the friendly dog. The trail features Wilderness explorer activities through which kids can earn merit badges. At the Ahwahnee Camp Circle, kids can participate in a special ceremony with Russell and graduate to Senior Wilderness Explorers.
Restrictions: Accessible to strollers and wheelchairs/ECVs. Closed captioning. Height requirement for Cliff Hanger Traverse Rock Climb and Sequoia Smokejumpers Training Tower (zip line): 42” (106 cm) or taller.
Soarin' Over California (Opened February 2001)
This one of the most popular attractions at Disney California Adventure, and one of the best at the Disneyland Resort. Guests board a simulated hang glider, and soar over California vistas that are projected on a giant IMAX screen. This incredible experience is made all the more realistic with the gentle breezes that carry the scent of pine trees and orange groves. During your flight, you’ll soar over the Golden Gate Bridge, Yosemite, and pass over skiers as they head down the slopes of Lake Tahoe. From the desert to the cityscape, your journey ends in an unforgettable burst of fireworks.
Restrictions: Inaccessible to strollers. Must transfer from a wheelchair/ECV. Closed captioning. Height requirement: 40” (102 cm) or taller
Rushin’ River Outfitters
Humphrey's Service & Supplies
Located across from Soarin' Over California, carries clothing and hats for kids.