Hyperspace Mountain Coming Soon to the Disneyland Resort


Space Mountain at the Disneyland Resort will close on April 28th for one day to reimagine the attraction to Hyperspace Mountain. Opening on April 29th, Hyperspace Mountain combines the thrilling twists and turns of the original attraction and a Star Wars overlay.

On Disney’s website Hyperspace Mountain is described as:

Fend off crossfire from swarms of Rebel X-wing starfighters and Imperial TIE fighters amidst an intergalactic onslaught!

Your mission begins with a briefing from Admiral Ackbar—the Rebel Alliance needs help flying reconnaissance vessels to survey an Imperial Star Destroyer. After being escorted into hyperspace by an elite X-wing squadron, you arrive only to find the Star Destroyer waiting with a swarm of TIE fighters—it’s a trap!

As Rebel forces valiantly battle Imperial vessels, you’re caught up in a barrage of blaster fire. Maneuvers become more intense as you join the Rebel squadron for one final, courageous assault on the menacing Star Destroyer.

It’s an epic Star Wars combat scene taken straight from the films—but hurry, Hyperspace Mountain is only open for a limited time!

As of right now, no ending date is in sight for Hyperspace Mountain. One would assume that it would stay at least until May 4th be with you or Star Wars Day. However, Disneyland does have some specially ticketed events coming up in the Disneyland After Dark: Star Wars Nite that this nicely coincides with. The Star Wars Nite also lines up with the Star Wars Celebration at the Anaheim Convention Center from May 26-29, 2022.

Many guests have speculated that this may be a permanent overlay, however, this has yet to be confirmed. At both the Disneyland Paris and the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Space Mountain operates permanently as Hyperspace Mountain.

Check out this video from Attractions 360 of Hyperspace Mountain:


Have you ever rode Hyperspace Mountain? Let us know below in the comments.

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