The Matterhorn: What more can one say about the majesty of Walt's Mountain, his mighty Matterhorn? Other than being the first of its kind (tubular steel track) coaster, it's a brilliantly simple but an exhilarating ride, with some nice story touches and great theming. It's still surprising that with its success and popularity Disney chose never to "clone" it for another park but it stands as something beautifully unique to Walt's original masterpiece Disneyland.
Space Mountain: The baddest, fastest and scariest of the Disney Mountain range. Who remembers the cookie asteroids? Well I sure do.
Splash Mountain: Splash is a great attraction. Beautifully themed, a well told story anchors everything, and who hasn't caught themselves humming, (or skipping and singing) Zip-a-dee-do-dah, zip-a-dee-day after riding, the music is wonderful! The log ride is both relaxing and thrilling, and seems to touch all the emotions while riding.
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad: The different Parks various incarnations of the ride are equally as beautiful, and those colorful peaks and spires are a reassuring sight as they soar in the distance as you approach the land it dominates. Big Thunder is truly the wildest ride in the wilderness and to this day lives up to that statement.
Lastly, we will hop over to the "other park" and conclude our expedition with a trip to the legendary Grizzly Peak. At 1,401 feet tall, this is the landmark for the Golden State, it's iconic design, lush surroundings and playful ride system makes Guests feel as if they have seen all of California's national parks in one visit.
UPDATE: Here are wallpaper versions of the posters. Share and enjoy!!