Grizzly Peak Airfield in California Adventure is the newly reimagined land for both Grizzly Peak attractions and the attractions in the former Condor Flats land. This land features a California High Sierras theme complete with pine trees, a ranger lookout tower and national park signage.
Attractions include Grizzly River Run, Redwood Creek Challenge Trail and Soarin’ Over California. The dining experience is Smokejumpers Grill, a quick service restaurant that pays homage to firefighters who battle wildfires in California forests. It also features a team of bulldozers from Planes: Fire & Rescue that parachute into the wooded terrain to battle wildfires.
Humphrey’s Service & Supplies store is a “campers welcome” headquarters with a family style general store theme. Here you’ll find gear for Junior Rangers, hats, t-shirts for the family and other souvenirs to commemorate your visit. Look to the ceiling and along the walls for the small Disney touches including a mail station for the park rangers, a canoe hanging from the ceiling and other items that theme the store like a roadside stop of the late 1950’s and 60’s.
There are little touches around the land including a family station wagon complete with a wooden canoe tied to the roof, a newly imagined Soarin’ attraction that makes it fit more in with the wooded theme than the former aviator theme, tips on how to spot a fire from the Mt. Muir Lookout point and around the Grizzly Peak attraction you might spot old gold pans in the dried creek bed.
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