1.02 m Soarin' 'Around the World/Altitude Restriction'. The minimum height required to ride Soarin is 1.35 m.
'Silly Song'. The minimum height required to ride Silly Song is 1.4 m.
'A Whole New World'. The minimum height required to ride A Whole New World is 1.38 m.
'The Land Before Time'. The minimum height required to ride The Land Before Time is 1.5 m.
'Up! (movie)'. The minimum height required to ride Up! is 1.57 m.
'Lilo and Stitch'. The minimum height required to ride Lilo and Stitch is 1.6 m.
'Pocahontas'. The minimum height required to ride Pocahontas is 1.45 m.
'Aladdin'. The minimum height required to ride Aladdin is 1.52 m.
'Beauty and the Beast'. The minimum height required to ride Beauty and the Beast is 1.55 m.
Steel Force/Altitude Restriction 1.22 m (4 ft). Height restrictions may apply for some other areas of the site.
Time limit: 5 minutes 5 'Around the World/Trukme Soarin'
With 30,000 pounds of horsehair and fiberglass, the Soarin' roller coaster at Disney's Epcot Resort & Spa takes you on a breathtaking journey over California with Mickey Mouse. The ride features four scenes from Walt Disney Pictures' animated film "Frozen", including an ice-skating adventure in Arendelle.
You're about to experience one of the most thrilling rides available at any theme park! Before your trip begins, you'll need to make sure that you have a valid Soarin' ticket. This special pass allows you to board the attraction up to three times during your visit.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter - This is the premier touring experience at Universal Studios Hollywood. It recreates the adventures of Harry Potter and his friends and foes as they travel across Europe seeking out magic and danger. The tour starts with a flight on the Knight Bus through London and onto Hogsmeade, where guests can see the sights and hear the sounds that brought J.K. Rowling's novels to life.
1.02 meters (3 feet, 1 inch) tall to ride with toddlers.
1.06 meters (3 feet, 3 inches) tall to ride with children.
1.24 meters (4 feet, 11 inches) tall to ride with adults. Children under 48 inches (122 cm) tall must be accompanied by an adult taller than they are. Guests over age 7 who are more than 63 inches (160 cm) tall can also ride alone if they choose not to participate in the ride's interactive elements.
There are height requirements to enter some areas of Disney World. See a map of where you need to be tall to visit certain parks.
Disney requires that guests be at least 42 inches (106 cm) tall to ride Dumbo the Elephant. The tallest recorded guest on this ride was at least 74 inches (183 cm) tall. Guests must be at least 4 feet, 10 inches tall to ride Rock 'n' Roller Coaster. Most attractions don't require you to be able to fly or jump off buildings to enjoy them; however, several rides do include one or both of these elements required for a maximum height rating.
1.07 meters (36 inches) - The minimum height requirement for riders is four feet nine inches (142 cm). Children under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult over 21 years old.
There are three different rides at Knoebel's: the Buggy Hill, the Dragon Coaster and the Phoenix. To ride the Phoenix, you can either go seated in a buggie or standing up on the side of the track. There is no minimum age to ride the Phoenix but people between the ages of 8 and 12 may want to ride with someone who is at least 14 years old. Children under eight go for free.
The entrance to the Phoenix is inside the main building. You will need to show your ticket to enter. There are no additional tickets needed for the Phoenix. If it's your first time riding the Phoenix, you will need to wait for a seat to open up before entering the ride.
The ride vehicle is called a "seating car". It has two rows of seats that wrap around a central hub where the driver sits. In the center front is a large steering wheel connected to the wheels at each end.
1.27 meters (4 feet). You need to be able to sit on the handlebars with your legs bent at 90 degrees.
The maximum age to climb Mount Everest is 74 years old. But the average age of those who die on the mountain is well over 50. So the question is: why do so many older people try to climb this famous mountain?
The answer lies in the fact that many elderly people believe they have a better chance of making it to the top because many deaths occur due to natural causes after people reach their physical limit. They think if they don't go then they will never get another opportunity to scale the mountain. This belief prevents many elderly people from accepting they can't accomplish something even when it's something they have wanted to do for a long time.
Mount Everest is the highest mountain in both Nepal and China. It is located in Tibet, but most of the climbers who attempt the summit travel through Nepal to avoid dealing with Chinese immigration officials.
The first recorded ascent of Mount Everest was by Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tensing on May 23, 1953.